Local elections officials say it’s a bit overwhelming to consider all the changes that have to take place to implement New York’s new voting laws.
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Demos applauds NY lawmakers for passing historic overhaul of state’s outdated voting laws, and legislation to increase transparency around corporate donors.
The legislation in the New York State legislature contains multiple voting reforms, including early voting, and would close the LLC loophole.
New group formed to push New York automatic voter registration voting reform to be included in an expected package of election reforms coming up this year.
Election Data Services released its 2018 Appointment Study, finding that New York could lose two congressional seats based on projected Census data in 2020.
Citizens Union, a leading good government group committed to reforming New York City and State government to foster accountability and transparency
There are many who support the argument that if more convicts get their voting rights and are encouraged to participate in democracy, they would be less likely to commit crimes again.
New Yorkers deserve a highly professional state government. In order to attract the best, brightest, and most independent to public service.
The “Fearless Girl” statue that inspired millions with a message of female empowerment has a new permanent home in front of the New York Stock Exchange.
Charges against Joseph Gerardi speak a culture of corruption in Albany and need for a serious assessment of NY State’s ethics laws. Citizens Union reacted.