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A year ago, disabled New Yorkers welcomed a historic change in voting law that allowed them to exercise a right many New Yorkers take for granted – casting an independent
In a scene from the documentary Election Day, Leon Batts, who has a felony conviction holds up his ballot as he votes for the first time in his life. Batts'
As high school graduates begin their summer vacations, are they thinking about who they will vote for in the February 2008 presidential primaries â€“ and indeed whether they will vote
Governor Eliot Spitzer has announced a package of reform proposals that could
fundamentally change many aspects of elections in New York State. But despite
its sweeping nature,
Some special elections have lots of drama. Last week, voters on Long Island
were treated â€“ or subjected -- to one of the most expensive state legislative
Last week's Democratic takeover of the House of Representatives and the Senate
indicate that it is "time
for a change," according to soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
The following results are based on the unofficial vote tally as reported by the wire services and, as much as possible, directly from the New York City Board of Elections.
Why The 2006 Election Matters
. Attorney General
. State Legislature
. House of Representatives
BEFORE YOU GO TO THE POLLS
. Where and When Do I
Guide to Party Abbreviations:
C = Conservative
D = Democrat
FDM = Freedom Party