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NYC approves land use ballot measure in decisive vote

New Yorkers voted to implement ranked choice voting, amend the land use review process, and more in yesterday’s election.

NYC’s land use ballot measure, explained

What to know about Ballot Question No. 5 in this year’s general election

Election Day is today—here’s everything you need to know

When early voting begins, where to vote, and more.

Bill de Blasio is running for president: New Yorkers react

"NYC HATES HIM!"

Mayor Bill de Blasio is running for president

De Blasio, who is in his final term as mayor, made the announcement after months of uncertainty

How Bill de Blasio’s housing record stacks up to his ‘working people’ platform

Housing issues have dogged New York City’s mayor since day one of his administration

Jumaane Williams will be NYC’s next public advocate

The council member from Brooklyn’s district 45 competed in a field with 16 other candidates

Everything you need to know about NYC’s public advocate special election

The race for New York City’s next public advocate is on

NYC’s rent laws poised for major reform after midterm elections

Tenants’ rights advocates made reforming NYC’s rent laws a major issue in the midterm elections

NYC’s ballot measures all receive decisive approval

Campaign finance reform, civic engagement, and community board term limits were on the table

Everything you need to know about New York’s midterm elections

When to register to vote, how to find your polling place, and more information about the November 6 general election.

Uber, Citi Bike, and other discounted rides on Election Day in NYC

These companies are making it easier for New Yorkers to get out and vote.

NYC’s community board term limits ballot measure, explained

Who’s behind it, who’s for and against it, and what it would mean for NYC

200,000 New Yorkers have new polling locations this Election Day—here’s how to find yours

Election Day is happening soon; make sure you know where your polling site is located.

NYC libraries will help New Yorkers register to vote

All 216 of the city’s library branches will have voter registration drives on September 25

New York primary results: Cuomo defeats Nixon, IDC challengers prevail

After a long and often heated campaign, Gov. Andrew Cuomo defeated challenger Cynthia Nixon in New York’s primary election.

Live results for New York’s primary election

Keep tabs on what’s happening in New York’s primary election here.

Real estate is a flash point in New York’s primary election

The real state industry’s impact on city and state politics has led to a surge of progressive challengers

Cynthia Nixon’s new campaign ad: ‘Andrew Cuomo broke the subway. I’m the one who’s going to fix it’

The gubernatorial challenger takes aim at Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a new digital ad

Cuomo, Nixon trade barbs over subway, taxes, and more in debate

It’s their only debate before the New York primary elections on September 13

Cynthia Nixon’s subway plan pairs congestion pricing with millionaire’s tax

Nixon’s plan also suggests imposing a fee for companies that pollute in New York State.

Cynthia Nixon unveils housing policy aimed at protecting New York renters

Nixon’s Rent Justice for All platform seeks to expand tenant protections across New York state.

Everything you need to know about Election Day in New York City

From where to vote to which races are happening, here’s your guide to Election Day in New York.