Check out some street art, by turns political and satirical, inspired by the presidential election.
Brooklyn Bazaar is embracing campaign fervor, offering Election Day returns on multiple large screen TVs and encouraging patrons to vote with their taste buds for "The Nasty Woman" or "Bad Hombre" drink specials.
Unflattering portraits of Muslims and immigrants that surfaced in the presidential election prompted efforts to enroll more Arab American voters in the Brooklyn neighborhood this year.
Malka Shahar, a Donald Trump acolyte, wants to become the second Russian-born member of the state Assembly.
A Bay Ridge man responded to a neighbor's pro-Trump flag with a poster making his disgust clear.
Ramona Johnson, an African-American mother of two with a grassroots organizing background, is running as a Republican to unseat a 36-year incumbent in Brooklyn’s 41st Assembly district.
The movement uses conventional media, social media and events to provide a platform for young people to engage with the presidential election.
Coney Island Hospital and other city medical centers took advantage of election fever to encourage visitors to register to vote – and become an organ donor.