The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame former front man for Talking Heads is promoting getting out the vote during his Broadway production.
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Ranked-choice voting has been in the news a lot lately. But, what is it? How does it work? And, is it more democratic than the single-vote method we’re used to?
New York Legislature passed a bill easing deadline for voters to switch parties three months ago, but the bill still hasn’t been sent to NY Governor.
NYC voters may soon get to choose five candidates for mayor instead of just one. Voters will decide in November whether to adopt a ranked-choice voting.
Election advocates urges Gov. Cuomo to embrace a recommendations outlined in a letter that would guide how an election law panel would function.
As New Yorkers geared up for the holiday weekend last week, state government leaders announced appointments to a new commission.
There was a huge people-powered shift, seismic enough to overcome big money’s grip on many issues. Still, there is much unfinished business to be done.
New York’s state Senate on Wednesday approved an automatic voter registration bill, sending the legislation to the full state assembly.
Actress Kerry Washington are optimistic that Democrats will soon make automatic voter registration a reality in the Empire State.
People of the nation’s largest city will decide in November whether innovative and controversial system will be used for primaries and special elections.