State Board of Elections gives city counterpart more encouragement
July 17th, 2012

All four commissioners of the state Board of Elections now say the city can change election night voting procedures without a change in state law. Here’s the letter the NYBOE sent today.

It’s an encouraging sign, though it still remains to be seen whether the city’s BOE will follow through.

The issue is expected to be a topic of much discussion at this afternoon’s NYCBOE hearing. Watch our Twitter feed for updates.

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