Reduced polling locations could be a huge setback for in-person voting in Bushwick and Ridgewood as well, as both areas have reported a total of over 2,700 residents testing positive.
Voters in Bushwick showed up to the polls with much more force than they did in 2014.
Links to find polling places and last minute info if needed.
Stay involved and informed for the midterm elections.
Midterms are only four days away. The time is now to make sure your friends, neighbors, and relatives get out and vote!
The deadline to change your address is approaching. Here’s how to do it.
It’s up to you, fair readers, to crown your fave pizza.
Bushwick is lousy with opportunities to participate in grassroots democracy this week. Take advantage of them all!
Bushwick Daily readers: what’s the best bagel spot in the neighborhood? Let us know in the comments!
Last night’s debate was a doozy.
On Monday morning, the candidates were neck and neck in polls.
Bushwick’s primaries might boil down to Medina vs Dilan, but they are a true sign that the general election season is finally upon us!
The registration deadline for the September 13th primaries is the Friday after this coming one, so now’s the time to make sure that the Board of Elections will be expecting you at the polls!
Get ready to vote in the primaries again, Bushwick!
Your chance to vote in one of the more contentious primaries in recent election cycles has arrived! If you’re already registered to vote as a Democrat or a Republican, congrats, you’ve jumped through the first hoop
Photo from http://www.whytuesday.org/2010/10/28/bloomberg-thumbs-up-to-san-fran-weekend-voting/ …just kidding, kids can’t vote. But you can! And you should, if you want to avoid having your neighbors assume you’re a clueless transplant from the Midwest. Be the change you wish to see in the world, keep your rent from skyrocketing, or get a sticker. And NYC is doing everything within […]