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Chinatown »

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

East Elmhurst »

"I'm not impressed with him, but he deserves another chance," one voter said. 

Ditmars »

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

Upper East Side »

Local pols are calling for more polling sites, and early and mail-in voting in New York City.

Turtle Bay »

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

Upper West Side »

Voters felt frustrated and confused by changes to their longtime poll sites Tuesday.

Upper West Side »

Elected officials and political clubs are urging voters to double-check their polling locations. 

Jackson Heights »

The locations were removed two years ago after officials found they weren't ADA compliant.

Long Island City »

Many voters in Hunters Point confused about their polling sites.

New York City »

Polling sites on Staten Island, the Rockaways and Coney Island faced the most challenges on Election Day.

Greenwich Village »

Hundreds of voters lined up as early as 5:30 a.m. at polling sites in the Village.

New York City »

60 poll sites — mainly in Brooklyn and Queens — are being relocated because of damage from the storm.