One of the initiatives New York officials are concentrating on is making it simpler to register to cast an absentee ballot.
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A new bill signed Saturday has made New York’s state legislators the highest paid in the nation, that is just in time for the New Year.
Super PACs spent $9 million, more than three times in 2018, to try to sway the New York congressional primary on August 23.
In January 2022 New York City passed laws allowing non-citizen residents to cast ballots. A judge has now invalidated that law.
New York state senators are expected to give final approval to a dramatic change of election laws aimed at increasing voter turnout.
One of the most powerful persons in politics for the next two weeks is a professor who has spent his career studying mapping.
New York State has passed new law mandating polling places on campuses with 300+ students or at nearby site proposed by the college.
The state promised to enhance voting access for citizens with disabilities such as blindness and paralysis in a deal reached this week.
A court ruling has struck down New York’s recently drawn maps. If upheld, the court will appoint a neutral expert to develop new maps.
New York State Dems approved redistricting that might result in their party gaining as many as three House seats from Reps.