Vote In Village Elections Today

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Vote in Your Village Election Today

If you live in: Bronxville, Briarcliff Manor, Buchanan, Elmsford, Hastings on Hudson, Pleasantville, Pelham Manor, Port Chester, Rye Brook, Scarsdale, Sleepy Hollow or Tuckahoe -go vote! Village elections are today. Polls are open until 9PM


NY-03 Candidate Forum Recap

Click here to watch a recording of the forum hosted by the Sound Shore Votes Coalition featuring the congressional candidates running in the NY-03 Democratic primary. NY-03 is an open seat currently held by Rep. Suozzi, who is vacating it to run in the gubernatorial primary. The newly drawn district links Westchester Sound Shore communities with sections of Queens, the Bronx, and Long Island.  The Democratic primary is on Tuesday, June 28th.


Fund Excluded Workers

Last year, we celebrated the historic $2.1 billion Excluded Workers FundToday, dozens of immigrant and excluded workers across NYS are marching from NYC to Albany to call for an end to exclusion and full funding to cover all eligible workers. 

  • Ask your lawmaker to support this funding. You can also use this form to connect or inspire your phone calls.
  • Join the March 16th, 4PM Daylighting Park @ New Main St. and Nepperhan Ave, Yonkers

AAPI Equity Budget

The Westchester Asian American Democrats are sponsoring a letter writing campaign to Sen. Stewart-Cousins and Assemblywoman Amy Paulin in support of the $64mil AAPI Equity Budget. Sample below.

Email to: scousins@nysenate.gov PaulinA@nyassembly.govSample letter-Dear Majority Leader Stewart-Cousins, I am a resident of _______ and writing to ask for your leadership in supporting the $64.5 million NYS AAPI Equity Budget, which was developed in partnership with more than 50 AAPI community-based organizations statewide. This budget aims to equitably and inclusively support AAPI New Yorkers—New York State’s fastest growing ethnic/racial group—and the organizations that serve them.In the face of unprecedented anti-Asian violence and the traumatic impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic that has devastated our communities, AAPI New Yorkers can no longer be overlooked and our communities under-resourced. I join the New York AAPI coalition in calling for a pioneering and holistic investment by NY State through this $64.5 Million AAPI Equity Budget, which will address issues of systemic racism, discrimination, and historic under-investments toward our community.We urge you, as our Majority Leader, to please sign on to the $64.5 million AAPI Equity Budget. To sign onto the Senate letter of support, please contact Shiang Liu from Senator John Liu’s office atshiang@johnliusenate.com. We are counting on your support for the AAPI community.Thank you for all you do.NameCity, NY
Fund Excluded workers last
year, we celebrated the historic $2.1 billion Excluded Workers FundToday, dozens of immigrant and excluded workers across NYS are marching from NYC to Albany to call for an end to exclusion and full funding to cover all eligible workers. Ask your lawmaker to support this funding. You can also use this form to connect or inspire your phone calls.Join the March 16th, 4PM Daylighting Park @ New Main St. and Nepperhan Ave, Yonkers


Mark Your Calendars
Register today for this event on Thursday, March 31st with Andy Campbell – author of the upcoming book “We Are Proud Boys.” The Proud Boys, founded right here in New York, are at the center of the expanding extremist movement in the U.S. Their embrace by the radical GOP is helping secure their place in mainstream politics and serves as a growing threat to democracy. Click here to register.



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