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Special Report: America Votes

 Bilingual coordinator in Yonkers, N.Y. helps Spanish-speakers vote

Vanderlinde said he noticed that there were a number of voters who felt more comfortable when the instructions were explained to them in Spanish.

Special Report: America Votes

Americans in China Watch and Worry

Undeterred by the time difference, Anna Rubsam is monitoring news websites, keeping updated far away from home in Iowa.

Special Report: America Votes

To some voters in Stuytown, the president is “deplorable”

“I don’t think [Donald Trump] is a very nice human being."

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Voting in Lower Manhattan

It was quick and easy.

Special Report: America Votes

New Yorkers on edge as the city prepares for a turbulent election night

On the outskirts of Central Park, the engine of a bright yellow Halal cart hums and a man on a […]

Special Report: America Votes

Denise Scudder says the stakes are high for Black Voters

What’s at stake in this election has kept Denise Scudder up at night. She said the future of her healthcare, […]

Special Report: America Votes

Brooklyn polling site sees small crowd on Election Day

“It was so easy, I walked right in, voted, and walked right out.”

Special Report: America Votes

First time voter ponders America’s future

She hoped that mail in vote would curb the stress and uncertainty around the question of “what's next?”

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Masked, Boarded Up, and Subdued: Election Day in Times Square

A few tourists and costumed characters did mill about, but most were wearing masks because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Special Report: America Votes

NYU student casts ballot for Biden-Harris campaign 

For voter Annie Park, casting a ballot in person means making sure her vote is counted — and that her […]