Nobody is Above The Law

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Nobody Is Above the Law
Demand Congress Impeach Trump

The night before the House of Representatives votes whether to impeach Trump, activists across America are holding pro-impeachment rallies. The Westchester event is in White Plains at the Martin Luther King Plaza.

Click here for more details and to RSVP for the event 

Join this historic nationwide mobilization on the eve of Trump’s impeachment vote.

Want to stay up on the latest messaging about impeachment? Click here to visit Impeachment HQ for up-to-date talking points.

Episode 21: Getting Big Money Out of Politics

The Public Campaign Financing Reform Commission is supposed to create a public financing system for New York State.

But, as the Commission comes close to unveiling its plan, the Fair Elections for New York Coalition fears that the recommendations will be watered down, and will also end fusion voting, a constitutionally protected right.

Click here to listen to the podcast.

Census Funding Now

New York stands to loose two Congressional seats and vital federal funding if residents are undercounted in the 2020 Census. 

In an editorial in the New York Daily News, State Senator Zellnor Myrie writes that the $20 million dollars needed for census outreach are nowhere to be found. “With only four months until the census begins, none of the money that we authorized for census outreach has been released. The community groups who are in most need of those funds and who are most equipped to effectively spread awareness about the census are being left high and dry,” Myrie says.

Call Governor Cuomo and ask his administration to release the funds.
Phone: (518) 474-8390

November Democratic Debate

Click here to see which 10 presidential candidates qualified for the November Democratic Debate. The debate airs on Wednesday, November 20th from 9:00-11:00 PM on MSNBC.

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