Tomorrow may be Election Day, but tens of thousands of New Yorkers have already cast their ballots thanks to early voting. We’re incredibly excited to have seen so many people take advantage of the extra voting time and thankful to the legislature and Governor Cuomo for enacting this long overdue reform.
If you’re planning on going to the polls tomorrow, don’t forget to flip your ballot and vote on the five proposals to reform the City Charter. If you need a refresher on Citizens Union’s position on each proposal, you can find it here. New York City residents will also be able to vote in races for Public Advocate and Queens District Attorney. In these races we’ve endorsed Jumaane Williams and Melinda Katz. Read our election guide to learn more.
As always, thank you for your support,
Executive Director, Citizens Union/Citizens Union Foundation
PS – It was great seeing so many of you at our Gotham Greats Dinner! Our inspiring honorees – Bill Mulrow, Mary Jo White, Harry J. Wilson, and Errol Louis – left us feeling more energized than ever to continue fighting for a government that is accountable, accessible and transparent. See some pictures below and be sure to tag yourself in our Facebook album.