Today is the day to vote, New York! On the ballot, pensions to felons, forests, many citywide offices, and most importantly, the NYS Constitutional Convention.
New exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York traces a century of women’s political activism in NYC, evaluating the past, present & future of suffrage.
Governor Cuomo visited the Subway Therapy project in the Union Square subway station placing his own yellow Post-It note: "New York State holds the torch high!"
Artist Nina Katchadourian's piece, “Monument to the Unelected," features lawn signs for all 57 candidates who ran for the United States Presidency and lost.
Make America Orange Again ice cream flavor at Ample Hills "May contain bluster, hot air and bricks." Madam President is made with sugar, spice & women’s rights.
Doomocracy is a political haunted house inside the Brooklyn Navy Yard. But don't expect to find tacky gimmicks or fake blood; this is satire at it's best.
An event at the Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden sheds light on food history and women's involvement in politics in nineteenth-century America.
From an "All-Seeing" Trump Zoltar machine to a mural depicting Trump as a giant pile of sh-t, these are some of our favorite pieces we've seen around NYC.
You know the results of the 2016 primary election in New York state but the team at the Center for Urban Research has updated results for Clinton, Trump
Next week is NYC's Presidential Primary and these maps from the Center for Urban Research at CUNY show where Democrats and Republicans are located in the city.