Are you ready to go to the polls this weekend?
That’s right! Starting tomorrow, Saturday, October 24, until Sunday, November 1st, New York’s registered voters can begin making their voices heard in the upcoming general election.
Early voting means avoiding potential lines on Election Day, and your vote counts just the same. What matters is that you make your voice heard through your vote!
To date, at Make the Road NY, our organizers, members, and allies have collectively made more than 100,000 calls and sent more than 50,000 reminder texts to New York voters about the importance of voting for respect and dignity in this upcoming election.
So much is at stake for immigrant, Black, brown, and working-class communities in the fight for respect and dignity for all. Our fight to fund excluded workers, cancel rent, repeal the walking while trans ban, ending the school-to-prison pipeline, and more are all on the ballot this year. Make your voice heard, thinking of the world we want to build for future generations, but also voting on behalf of those whose voices can’t be heard at the polls, like undocumented immigrants.
If you haven’t already done so, make a plan to vote early now. And if you’re not sure who is running in your district, no worries, you can find all the candidates on the ballot through our Civic Action Center.
Now go ahead, and make a plan to make your voice heard starting tomorrow!
¡Sí se puede!