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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.

Bushwick »

Sanders won the majority of votes northwest of Myrtle Avenue, Hillary Clinton won everything east.

Financial District »

With nearly 90 percent of precincts reporting, Clinton was way ahead of Bernie Sanders.

Upper West Side »

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

Midtown »

Let DNAinfo guide you through the New York primary election on April 19.

Bloomfield »

More than 600 people are expected to attend the event at the Hilton Garden Inn on Sunday.

Central Harlem »

Clinton spoke about how racial justice and equality affects everything from income to education.

Sunset Park »

Longtime assemblyman Felix Ortiz will face CB7 member Ceasar Zuniga in next week's primary.

Upper East Side »

The Democratic candidates running to replace Micah Kellner will debate each other Monday night.

Central Harlem »

Challenger state Sen. Adriano Espaillat refused to concede until all votes were counted.

Jamaica »

I. Daneek Miller received 24 percent of the vote in Democratic primary for the Council District 27 seat.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Hynes is the first Brooklyn district attorney to be voted out of office since 1911.

Red Hook »

Menchaca defeated incumbent Sara Gonzalez for the City Council seat in Red Hook and Sunset Park.

Civic Center »

Stringer heads to the general election after a race defined by former Gov. Spitzer's late entry.