DAY OF ACTION IN ALBANY
UPDATE: Due to inclement weather, the Fair Elections Day of Action has been POSTPONED to Wednesday, February 27, 2019. We hope to see you then!
JOIN US IN ALBANY!
It’s time to reject the big-money status quo and make people the most important currency in Albany. We must protect and expand the freedom to vote for every eligible New Yorker and pass comprehensive campaign finance reform, including a small donor matching system.
It’s time to make Albany work for all New Yorkers, not just big donors. To tackle the crises we face in housing, living wage jobs, criminal justice, affordable health care, transportation, climate, fair taxes, and more, we must transform a campaign finance system that advantages the interests of the few over those of the many. We must make fixing our democracy the first priority in Albany.
Click on the links below to sign up to join us in Albany! Transportation and lunch will be provided.
- VIDEO: Training for activists joining the Fair Elections Day of Action — Click here.
- Training Agenda — Click here.
- Informational packet for activists — Click here.
- Informational packet for legislators & staff — Click here.
- Información para activistas en español — Click here.
- ‘Save the Date’ Flyer — Click here.
- ‘Save the Date’ Social Media Post — Click here.
SCHEDULE & REGIONAL CONTACTS
Depart early AM. Please find your bus pick-up times and locations below (be sure to sign-up with the above links to secure a place on your bus). All buses be US COACHWAYS Charter Buses. If you have any questions, please contact the regional organizer in your area.
Million Dollar Staircase (inside the Capitol building)
11:15 AM (Begin gathering at 10:45 AM)
LOBBY VISITS + ACTIONS
BUSES RETURN HOME
Suffolk County: Brentwood Park and Ride at 5:45 AM
500 Wicks Rd., Brentwood, NY 11717 (intersection of Wicks Rd and LIE Service Rd)
Nassau County: Christopher Morley Park at 6:30 AM
500 Searingtown Rd, Roslyn, NY, 11576 (Exit 36 on the LIE when you enter the park please park on the left-hand side)
Questions? Contact Dan Fingas (firstname.lastname@example.org, 631-921-5747)
Manhattan: Union Square at 6:30 AM
145 4th Ave., New York, NY 10003
Bronx: Yankee Stadium at 7:15 AM (depending on traffic could be 7:30 AM)
51-67 E 161st St, Bronx, NY 10451 (McDonalds)
Questions? Contact Semhar Dory for the Manhattan pick-up location (email@example.com, 714-345-8202) and Courtney Miller for the Bronx pick-up location (firstname.lastname@example.org, 917-572-2030)
Syracuse: 8:00 AM
2013 East Genesee St., Syracuse, NY, 13210
Utica: 9:00 AM
39-99 Harbor Lock Road, Utica, NY 13503
Questions? Contact Christine Wood (email@example.com, 315-345-1469)
White Plains: 7:30 AM
16 Ferris Ave., White Plains, NY 10601
Newburgh: 8:15 AM
60 NY Highway 17K, Newburgh, NY 12550
Kingston: 9:00 AM
I587 Park and Ride Kingston, NY 12401
Questions? Contact Andy Falk (firstname.lastname@example.org, 914-629-4089)
Buffalo: 5:30 AM
Main St. and LaSalle Ave., Buffalo, NY 14214
Rochester 6:30 AM
515 State St., Rochester, NY 14608
Questions? Contact Sara Palmer for the Buffalo pick-up (email@example.com, 716-427-4933), Mercedes Phelan for the Rochester pick-up (firstname.lastname@example.org, 585-698-7413)
Binghamton: 7:30 AM
477 State St., Binghamton, NY 13901
Bainbridge: 8:00 AM
Sunoco Station off of exit 8
Oneonta: 8:30 AM
4958 NY 23 (Exit 15 McDonalds), Oneonta, NY 13820
Questions? Contact Wanda Campbell (email@example.com)
Capital District Region
Questions? Contact Sara Palmer (firstname.lastname@example.org, 716-427-4933)
New Yorkers deserve a responsive, accountable government. Voter turnout in New York is among the lowest in the nation, due in part to antiquated procedures for registration and voting that discourage participation. And our campaign finance system favors the wealthy over everyday, working New Yorkers. To tackle the crises we face in housing, living wage jobs, criminal justice, affordable health care, transportation, climate, fair taxes, and more, we must transform a campaign finance system that advantages the interests of the few over those of the many.
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