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Concourse »

The Campaign Finance Board has launched a design contest in advance of the 2017 election season.

Turtle Bay »

A bill that's stalled in Albany could save you from standing in a long line to vote in future elections.

East Village »

Poll workers make sure their sites run smoothly and sometimes vote absentee. 

Midtown »

New Yorkers headed to their polling places Tuesday and were met with topless protests and other issues.

Midtown »

Several streets near the Javits Center and Midtown Hilton will close Tuesday. Here's how to get around.

Columbus Circle »

This Foursquare map not only shows users their polling sites — it also recommends nearby eateries.

Times Square & Theater District »

The Clinton campaign had a permit for a fireworks display over the Hudson on Election Night.

Bay Ridge »

The flag's owner said he's also received anonymous notes with the word "racist" written on them.

Bushwick »

The 2016 presidential election has been captured in mural, stencils and poster around the city.

Forest Hills »

With 88 percent of precincts in, Clinton led by 6,000 votes. Trump had 65 percent of the GOP vote.

Clinton Hill »

Dozens of Clinton Hill voters didn't appear on the list at their voting site, according to poll workers.

Concourse »

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

Midtown »

Girl Scouts are selling cookies at 13 public locations around Manhattan Tuesday

Hudson Heights »

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

Financial District »

The Girl Scouts are holding a one-day-only sale of their cookies in Manhattan and Brooklyn on Tuesday.