With the close of Election Day, a microbrewery in Red Hook, will turn the page on one of its best selling products: Hop Obama.
Fort Greene residents are energized, excited and eager to vote.
Anticipation, like the "night before Christmas," leads Brooklynites to the polls at dawn.
Age: 28 Neighborhood: Williamsburg Occupation: Customer Service Political A…
Job seekers flocking to the unemployment office in Downtown Brooklyn are hoping the next president will fix the economy. Many are voting for Barack Obama, but realize change won't come overnight.
Election Day is likely the last time New Yorkers cast votes using the city’s aging fleet of pull-lever machines. New York is the only state in the nation that still hasn’t updated its machines under the federal law that rose out of the disputed 2000 presidential election.
A Crown Heights former nursing home worker has raised an estimated $2,000 for the Barack Obama campaign by selling boxes of "Obama Cookies."
Name: Francis Chaman Neighborhood: Williamsburg Occupation: Writer First Ti…