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Board of Elections Seeks Raise for Poll Workers Despite Voters' Complaints

The Board of Elections wants to boost poll workers' salaries and improve training.

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Sandy Damage Shutters Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Until 2013

Both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island will remain closed through 2012 due to damage from Sandy. 

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People Party in Harlem Streets as Obama Declared Victor

Lines at the polls on Election Day stretched down the block at many spots in Harlem Tuesday.

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Broken Machines and Relocated Voters Cause Huge Lines at Polling Stations

New voting procedures, broken machines and shifting polling sites slowed the voting process.

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No Plan Yet for Election Day, No Gas to Transport Voting Machines

Election officials were still scrambling Saturday to figure out what to do on Election Day.

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Bloomberg Endorses President Obama

Following Hurricane Sandy, Bloomberg has endorsed Obama for re-election.

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Mayor Bloomberg Launches Super PAC to Push Favored Candidates

Bloomberg will be putting up millions to elect candidates who share his views on guns and education.

Central Harlem »

Apollo Theater Hosts Debate Viewing Party

The historic Apollo Theater is hosting a debate-watch party on Oct. 16, 2012.

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Where to Watch Tonight's VP Debate

The best places to watch tonight's one and only showdown between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.

New Dorp »

14-Year-Old Boy Admits to Vandalizing Rep. Grimm's Office, Police Say

Grimm initially believed Saturday night's vandalism was politically-motivated.

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Rep. Grimm's Campaign Office Vandalized, Computer Server Wiped

Rep. Michael Grimm's campaign office was broken into Saturday night, his campaign said.

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Espaillat Declares Victory in Uptown Primary, As Huntley Booted in Queens

Adriano Espaillat declared himself the victor in his race against Assemblyman Guillermo Linares.

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Poll Workers Report Higher-Than-Expected Turnout in State Primaries

Turnout was higher than expected at many pollinng places, officials said.

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Polls Open for State Primary Elections

The rare Thursday election will decide the fate of legislators, including Sen. Adriano Espaillat.

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President Obama Shoots Hoops With NBA 'Dream Team'

President Obama was joined by NBA legends, including Michael Jordan, at a campaign fundraiser.