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Financial District »

The mailer was supposed to be sent to voters who might have moved, the Board of Elections said.

Civic Center »

Diane Haslett-Rudiano was suspended after more than 125,000 people were removed from the voting list.

Midtown »

New Yorkers headed to the polls Tuesday to help pick Republican and Democratic presidential nominees.

Civic Center »

The mayor cited issues including the removal of thousands of Brooklyn voters from the rolls. 

Hunts Point »

Rafael Salamanca was viewed as the front-runner and will fill Maria del Carmen Arroyo's empty seat.

Hunts Point »

There are now six candidates left in the race for the 17th Council District, according to the BOE.

Concourse »

Find out what races are contested and where to vote before polls close at 9 p.m.

Hudson Heights »

Residents found out that their longtime polling site at P.S. 187 was changed for this year's election.

St. George »

Joan Illuzzi issued challenges against 4,885 signatures collected by Michael McMahon. 

Tottenville »

Only Assemblyman Joe Borelli filed to run for the council seat vacated by Vincent Ignizio.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

Richardson received more than 50 percent of the vote on Tuesday, polling results show.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 84's principal was confronted by BOE staff for letting her students eat in the school's cafeteria.

Washington Heights »

Several polling sites have changed. Know where you'll vote in Tuesday's primary.

Civic Center »

A bill to replace the current runoff system with instant-runoff voting would save money, advocates say.