New York Senate report outlines election dysfunction – and possible ways to fix it

After a series of high-profile election snafus, the state Senate Elections Committee released a nearly 50-page report on the ills of election administration in New York. Although the report described a dire – if not new – situation around voting in the state, it also laid out a potential roadmap for solving the myriad problems with solutions including restructuring the New York City Board of Elections and changing the selection process for commissioners. Rebecca Lewis, City & State. 

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