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Elly Yu


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Elly Yu is a freelance reporter with a passion for audio. She is pursuing her master's in urban reporting at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. This reporter was a member of the 2012 CUNY street news team.

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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

Last-minute changes in polling sites left many voters in the Bronx confused about where to vote and in some cases, even prevented them from voting.



Pierre Mercredi is spending all day Tuesday volunteering to drive seniors and disabled people to polling stations across the Bronx.



“They never notified us. This is about losing our votes. People are getting discouraged,”



Dozens of runners donated the clothing they would have abandoned at the starting line of the cancelled New York City Marathon to victims of the superstorm.



Their immigrant enclave in the Parkchester section is heavily Democratic, but a few voters are wondering if the slow economy is reason to consider a vote for Mitt Romney.