Many in Northeast remain without power after Sandy
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says 350,000 resident remain without power following last week's superstorm Sandy. He's directed utility companies not to release power crews from other parts of the country until all the lights are back on.
The Associated Press
Under the lights of a generator, voters wait outside a tent serving as a polling site in Staten Island, N.Y., on Tuesday. The original site, a school, was damaged by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly 1 million people in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are still without power a week after the devastating storm.