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    Bumbling staff members from the state Board of Elections faced a three-hour interrogation Monday night by an anti-corruption panel, revealing a new level of disfunction by the board. Although the...

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    Send in the clowns — it’s campaign season! New York politicians are blowing through their war chests to buy thousand-dollar cakes, pleasure cruises and self-help seminars, a Post review of...

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    The head of the city Board of Elections stunned City Council members on Tuesday by claiming that the long-battered agency was purposely shorted funds by the city so it would...

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    Embattled Rep. Charles Rangel may catch a break in his tough re-election bid: Another Hispanic candidate is entering the Democratic primary — potentially siphoning votes from his chief rival, state Sen....

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    If city Board of Elections rec­ords are to believed, voter Luz Pabellon has defied the tides of time and is a walking miracle, living quietly in The Bronx at the...

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    A single Bronx voter listed in official records as being 164 years old led Board of Elections officials to review their files — where they turned up another 849 New...

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    After amending campaign filings with the Board of Elections three times this week, the New York County Democratic Committee still can’t seem to calculate its deficits correctly. It listed a...

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    The state Board of Elections failed Thursday to close a loophole allowing donors to bankroll candidates with large donations through limited-liability companies. The four-member board deadlocked along political lines over...

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    ALBANY — The state Board of Elections has filed an unprecedented lawsuit that could end up closing a gaping loophole that has allowed big donors to circumvent campaign-contribution limits for...

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    ALBANY — Political candidates can use campaign funds to pay for trips that mix business and pleasure, the state Board of Elections has ruled. In contentious voting Tuesday, board members...

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    A city Board of Elections commissioner has agreed to pay a $10,000 fine for lining up — and then personally approving — a job for his daughter’s live-in partner. Queens...

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    Team de Blasio is answering charges that it massively broke state election laws by calling its fund-raising “ordinary politics.” Hmm: The last local to use that defense, ex-Speaker Sheldon Silver, will be sentenced for his crimes next month. The memo from Risa Sugerman, chief enforcement counsel for the state Board of Elections, charges the mayor...

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    Managers in city government are going to have to find other ways to get to work aside from car pools with lower-level co-workers under a ruling issued Monday. The Conflicts of Interest Board declared a “new” policy banning shared rides involving managers and subordinates after the deputy chief clerk at the Brooklyn office of the...

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    The head of the city’s Board of Elections issued an apology Tuesday for the mysterious purge of 126,000 voters from the rolls that wreaked havoc on last week’s presidential primaries. “I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to the public for any actions that might have been taken by our staff that may...

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    Mayor Bill de Blasio received a rude awakening from federal investigators — who slapped City Hall, including three members of Hizzoner’s inner circle, with subpoenas amid a growing probe of his shady fundraising, sources confirmed to The Post on Wednesday. De Blasio’s most trusted aide, Emma Wolfe, his top fundraiser, Ross Offinger, and a consulting...

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    Donald Trump’s kids — and millions of other New Yorkers — should have gotten the chance to vote in last week’s presidential primary but were blocked because of an unconstitutional system, a new lawsuit charges. Manhattan lawyer Mark Warren Moody has filed a class-action lawsuit against the state and city Board of Elections to overturn...

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    A Manhattan judge will allow state election officials to certify this year’s primary results — but he will still take up the larger question of whether New York’s closed primary system is unconstitutional. The US Supreme Court also debated the issue — 40 years ago. “So-called voter suppression measures, common around the country, have no...

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    Mayor Bill de Blasio still insists his team’s fundraising schemes were nothing unusual in New York politics. What they did to help Democratic state Senate candidates in 2014 was “a very normal reality,” he said Monday on Hot 97. No, it’s not: The alleged schemes run far beyond the normal. One huge difference is the...

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    The top Democrat at the city Board of Elections’ Brooklyn office was suspended without pay Thursday — the second head to roll amid a probe into the mysterious purge of more than 126,000 Democratic voters from the borough rolls. Brooklyn Deputy Chief Clerk Betty Ann Canizio-Aqiil, 68, was suspended from her $120,000-a-year job, BOE Executive...

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    The head of the city’s embattled Board of Elections disclosed Friday that 20 percent of the poll workers trained by his agency don’t show up on Election Day. When asked to clarify the startling statistic he provided at a City Council budget hearing, board ­Executive Director Michael Ryan had few answers. “We train them and...

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