Elections

Bill Would Allow College Students To Work Polls

12 hours ago
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Two New York lawmakers have proposed a bill that would allow college students to work at poll sites.

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Nancy Goroff has declared victory in the Democratic primary in New York’s 1st Congressional District. She now faces Trump ally Lee Zeldin.

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Former Vice President Joe Biden has won Tuesday’s Democratic primary in New York, even though nearly 2 million absentee ballots have yet to be counted. That could take a few more days, or even weeks.

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The results of Tuesday’s primary election in New York may not be available for days or even weeks.

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Preliminary data of Tuesday’s school board elections in New York show an increase of absentee voter participation.

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