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Broome, Tioga Polling Places Ready For Voting

There are a few high-profile races in the off-year elections in Broome and Tioga counties.

Polling places will be open Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Residents of Binghamton and Johnson City will be electing mayors, while voters in Tioga County will choose a district attorney

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New York State Changes Election Night Procedures

The reporting of voting results in New York state may be expedited as a result of a law signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo.

The law is designed to improve election night procedures followed by county boards of election

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Broome Board of Elections Office Still Busy

Days after the polls have closed, there's still plenty of activity at the Broome County Board of Election office in downtown Binghamton.

Deputy election commissioner Karen Davis told WNBF News Friday afternoon that workers just finished unpacking the final bag from county polling places.

Davis estima

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“I Voted Stickers” On View Around Binghamton Area

Thousands of people in Broome, Tioga and surrounding counties headed to the polls today to cast their ballots for president and many local races.

Voters were greeted by sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 30s early this afternoon

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Busy Polling Places Across the Twin Tiers

Voting is underway across the Binghamton region. Polls opened in New York state at six this morning and the polls in Pennsylvania opened an hour later.

Twin Tiers polling sites reported a good turnout early in the day

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Broome Election Officials Want to Know About Voting Problems

Broome County board of election representatives say their employees have been working to ensure voting goes smoothly at all polling places. But if problems do crop up, they want to hear about them on election day so they are able to take action

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