How To Register To Vote In NYC For 2019 Elections From Harlem To Hollis, Queens

While the 2020 presidential contest is more than a year away, New Yorkers have some consequential choices to make in next month’s general election — but they must be registered to vote to participate. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Administration Announces Kickoff Of National Voter Registration Day

The de Blasio Administration and DemocracyNYC today announced the kickoff of a series of citywide events this week to celebrate National Voter Registration Day, a national day of action tomorrow, Tuesday, September 24th, 2019. Continue Reading →

Vote In Today’s Decisive NYC Public Advocate Election

New York City’s special election for Public Advocate is on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. This election is an open, non-partisan ballot. All registered voters are eligible to cast a vote. Continue Reading →

Robert Jackson Wins NY State Senate District 31

Residents of Washington Heights, Inwood, Harlem and Upper West Side the State Senate District 31 took to the polls Tuesday to vote for their representatives in the state legislature during this year’s midterm election. Continue Reading →

Harlem City Council Election Results: Levine, Ayala, Perkins Win

Patch reports that three Democrats will represent Harlem in the New York City Council for the next four years. Continue Reading →

Harlem Special Election With A Brian Benjamin Win

Harlem’s game of political musical chairs comes to an end Tuesday. Voters elected Democrat Brian Benjamin to serve as the new State Senator for New York’s 30th District — which spans most of Central Harlem and parts of West Harlem, East Harlem, the Upper West Side and Washington Heights. Continue Reading →

Harlem Candidates Accuse Democratic Machine Of Rigging Contest

The Observer reports that three outsider candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for a Harlem State Senate seat penned a letter lashing out at New York County Chairman Keith Wright, accusing the party boss of acts tantamount to “voter suppression” in his bid to install his favored contender in office, and threatening him with legal action. Continue Reading →

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