How New York Got Its Presidential Primary Back (for Now)

When New York's State Board of Elections voted to cancel its June 23 Democratic presidential primary, the decision was met with backlash from progressives and the suspended campaigns of Bernie Sanders and Andrew Yang. After a lawsuit brought the matter before a federal judge, the presidential primary was restored—but the story isn't over yet: The board now plans to appeal the decision. Catch up on the vote, the ruling, and what might happen next.

How New York Got Its Presidential Primary Back (for Now)

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