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Civic Center »

Oct. 13 is also the deadline switch party affiliations ahead of the 2018 primaries. 

Central Harlem »

Perkins got 6,897 of the nearly 14 thousand votes cast in Tuesday's primary, early numbers show.

Williamsburg »

Councilman Antonio Reynoso won the Democratic nomination to allow him to keep his city council seat.

Chinatown »

Problems popped up at polling sites from the Lower East Side to Sunset Park, voters said. 

Greenpoint »

Primary day is Tuesday, Sept. 12, followed by the general election Nov. 7.

Corona »

LeFrak City is predominantly black and Hispanic, and many voters are elderly or disabled, the suit says.

Greenpoint »

Victoria Cambranes, 30, wants to push for better street safety and more affordable housing.

Ditmars »

P.S. 2 is being upgraded to comply with ADA-accessibility rules, and will reopen for voters by Sept. 12.

East Harlem »

The Board of Elections received a complaint claiming that Keith Lilly lives outside the district.

Stapleton »

Phil Marius was kicked off after the Board of Elections found he didn't have enough valid signatures.

Corona »

Cristina Furlong, Erycka Montoya and Yonel Letellier Sosa were all removed by the Board of Elections.

Chinatown »

De Blasio's lawyer said it was fine to spend funds on campaigns, prosecutors say.

Central Harlem »

The Board of Elections said Larry Scott Blackmon won't appear on absentee and military ballots.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Good government groups had sued the Board of Elections, accusing them of violating voting rights.

Midtown »

The attorney general called for voter reform after 1,500 people complained about the April election.