Candidate Kicked Off The Ballot? It All Happens In This Room

Jeff Coltin reports in City & State “In a bland office building in Lower Manhattan, a couple dozen New Yorkers are sitting, bored, waiting for an opportunity to defend our democracy.

They are in the office of the New York City Board of Elections, in a room that, most of the time, serves as the BOE’s boardroom. For a few weeks every year, it becomes the petition hub for the city, the room through which all designating petitions for elections flow – and where all those petitions are challenged by opponents.”

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