Presidential Primaries, Deadlines & Disinfo

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In New York, you must be a registered Democrat to vote in the upcoming Democratic primaries – including for president.
 
If you are not a Democrat, you must change your party affiliation by February 14th. Find out more at www.elections.ny.gov.


The New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Primary is Tuesday, February 11th. Click here to read the latest about the nation’s first in the nation primary.

The chaos, confusion and drama surrounding the the Iowa Caucuses proved fertile ground for disinformation to spread. And with the primary season in full swing, it’s our job as activists to guard against it.
As outlined in Disarmdisinfo.com, “We can not afford to be surprised by this. Disinformation is now baked into the media channels. Sure, there were likely Russian bots propelling some of this madness further, but the primary disinformation frenzy started here. This was homegrown disinformation, meant to wreak havoc.”

 Please read the complete write up here.


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Make your voice heard about the proposed NY State Budget. Attend one of the two upcoming hearings or submit your written testimony to: westchesterdelegation@nysenate.gov.


Please call & write your state legislators and urge them to support the pretrial bail reforms and oppose any premature rollbacks of the law. Click here for a Call-in scripts and phone numbers.

Click here to RSVP for the FreeNY February 12th Day of Action to stand against rollback of the recent bail reform law.



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Please come meet freshman Congresswoman Sharice Davids (KS- 3), who flipped a Republican seat in 2018, and Dr. Barbara Bollier, a Kansas State Senator who is running to flip an open US Senate seat in 2020. They will be in Mamaroneck in March.
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