Ayala Sneaks a Win in District 8
September 28, 2017 Comments Off on Ayala Sneaks a Win in District 8
Diana Ayala won her first race for elected office in a razor close primary for the city council seat in East Harlem.
A Quiet Election Day in Astoria
November 4, 2015 Comments Off on A Quiet Election Day in Astoria
With most of the races dominated by uncontested judicial races it was a slow election day. But some Astorians still had their own reasons to vote.
Elmhurst Immigrants are proud to vote
November 5, 2014 Comments Off on Elmhurst Immigrants are proud to vote
Immigrant voters in Elmhurst say they believe its their right to vote, and encourage more immigrants to participate in voting.
Governor Christie criticized but justified
November 10, 2012 Comments Off on Governor Christie criticized but justified
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie receives flack for opening up e-voting, but could his acts be justified given the current situation of the hurricane?
November 12, 2010 Comments Off on “Where’s Obama?”
Ahmed Khan from Little Pakistan faces confusion on more than one level at the polling station, reflecting various underlying trends in the Pakistani neighborhood