Tell Gov. Cuomo: Make New York a leader in Voting Rights!

As we speak, record numbers of primary voters in Illinois have been using Early Voting to cast ballots. In Oregon, Automatic Voter Registration has added 15,000 voters to the rolls within three months. These are proven pro-democracy reforms.

Governor Cuomo has spoken out for the need for Early Voting and Automatic Voter Registration. But so far, he has not included it in his budget. The budget deadline is April 1st: help make sure these necessary policies are included!


We have a choice: fall behind as other states make pro-democracy reforms or become a leader. Let’s move New York forward.

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Make New York a leader in Voting Rights!

Dear [Decision Maker],

I appreciate the first steps you have taken to bring common-sense voting reforms to New York. Your Early Voting and Automatic Voter Registration proposals outlined in January will improve our elections, and create additional momentum for transformative election modernization policies.

As we speak, record numbers of primary voters in Illinois have been using Early Voting to cast ballots. In Oregon, Automatic Voter Registration has added 15,000 voters to the rolls within three months. These are proven pro-democracy reforms.

Voting is the only way we can ensure our democratic process, and make sure the voices of the people are represented in Albany and DC.

That is why I am asking you to fight to ensure funding for Early Voting is included in the budget, and to take a bold step forward with Automatic Voter Registration at the DMV.

Don't give up. Please continue advocating for these reforms until they are signed into law this year!

Sincerely,

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