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TODAY, vote YES on 1,3 & 4. Vote for respect and dignity for all! 🗳️

  • Jose Lopez Co-Executive Director
  • Arlenis Morel Co-Executive Director
  • Theo Oshiro Co-Executive Director

Election Day is finally here!

If you are a registered voter and haven’t already voted early, today is the day to go to the polls and vote for respect and dignity for all. Head to the polls to vote in-person or drop off your absentee ballot to stand up for New York’s immigrant, Black, and brown communities. And vote YES on ballot proposals 1, 3, and 4!

Make the Road New York members have contacted tens of thousands of our neighbors over the past month to make sure our voices are heard. We’ve been particularly focused on educating our communities about the ballot proposals. We remind you to flip your ballot and VOTE YES on ballot proposals 1, 3, and 4 for a stronger democracy. Here’s why:

YES ON 1 means districts that put New Yorkers before politicians.

YES ON 3 means no more voter registration deadlines.

YES ON 4 means you can vote absentee, no excuse needed.

Make sure you have a plan to vote today! There are several factors you’ll want to pay attention to when creating your Election Day plan:

  • WHERE is your local polling location? Find it in New York City or Westchester/Long Island/Upstate.
  • HOW will you arrive at your local polling site? Will you walk, bike, take the bus, or drive?
  • WHEN will you vote? Schedule ahead of time to avoid time conflicts. Polls are open from 6am to 9pm!

For voter information please dial:

  • 866-OUR-VOTE (English) or 888-VE-Y-VOTA (Spanish)

Find more information from your local Board of Elections:

Finally, once you’ve voted, please text or call three of your friends or loved ones to make sure they’ve voted, too!

Thank you for all your support, and thank you for voting for respect and dignity today.

¡Sí se puede!