Lines at the polls on Election Day stretched down the block at many spots in Harlem Tuesday.
President Barack Obama was re-elected Tuesday, as was Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand.
After a hard-won primary, voters picked Congressional hopeful Hakeem Jeffries for the 8th District.
New voting procedures, broken machines and shifting polling sites slowed the voting process.
Many voters said they were indifferent towards what was once a heated congressional race.
Confused voters who went to the wrong polling site were able to use affidavit ballots.
Many overwhelmed hurricane survivors said they don't know if they'll make it to the polls.
Traffic headaches are expected with both Obama and Romney back in town for the Al Smith Dinner.
Malu is asking customers’ feedback for 'political flavors' based on the presidential candidates.
Who's Your Doggy? in Fort Greene is selling poop bags featuring the faces of Obama and Romney.
We the People includes a huge portrait of Romney alongside a tiny one of President Obama.
With President Obama, Mitt Romney and U.N. leaders in town, brace for traffic headaches in Midtown.
Artists ponder civil rights and the country's first black president.
President Obama was joined by NBA legends, including Michael Jordan, at a campaign fundraiser.
Traffic and ferry delays are expected Wednesday evening with the arrival of President Obama.
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