Primary Elections 2022: Changes and Updates

The 2020 Census revealed changes in the population of New York State that required changes to the state’s districting at federal and state levels. After multiple legal challenges to the proposed redistricting maps, new Congressional, State Senate and State Assembly maps have been finalized. As a result of the ongoing challenges, New Yorkers will vote in two primaries this summer ahead of the general election in November. 

Tablet Computers To Aid Elections

City Board of Elections purchases 4,000 tablet computers to speed up election results and monitoring. The Board of Elections of the City of New York has introduced new technology to speed up election results and report problems at poll sites. The Board’s tablet program has grown since its implementation in 2013 when election monitoring teams started with 500 tablets. The Board now has more than 4,000 tablets housed in the Board’s Manhattan warehouse and available <Read More>