CNY Solidarity Coalition

Action Alerts – Week of May 25

Weekly Action Alerts

CNY Solidarity members and supporters:
Please find below the weekly ACTION ALERTS from Indivisible NY24 and our legislative action teams.

The Senate went on recess without taking up the House’s CNY Solidarity members and supporters:
Please find below the weekly ACTION ALERTS from Indivisible NY24 and our legislative action teams.

The Senate went on recess without taking up the House’s Heroes Act, which provides COVID19 relief, including vital funding for the November election and the postal service.

All registered Democrats in Onondaga County should have received an Application for Absentee Ballot for the June 23 primary election. If you have not, you can request one or download one from the election board website. You need to complete the application and return it by mail in order to receive a ballot. Per Gov. Cuomo’s executive order, all registered voters are eligible to vote absentee in the June 23 primary election. Just select “temporary illness” as the reason you’re unable to vote in person (this is authorized due to COVID-19, even if you’re not sick yourself), and then follow the instructions for submitting the application. If you’re from another county, check your county board of elections website or call the board.

If you have received the ballots (one for the presidential primary and one for all other primaries), return them to the BOE in the postage-paid envelope provided. Voters who wish to vote by mail in November will have to reapply, starting in July.

And now, on to the action alerts.

Today (May 25)

Volunteer Remotely with the Dana Balter Campaign
With absentee ballots out for many voters, now is a crucial time for direct voter outreach, principally by phone given our current situation. Click here to sign up for a volunteer shift with the Dana Balter campaign.

Tuesday (May 26)

Dana Balter Virtual Town Hall
Join Dana’s town hall at 6 p.m. on the COVID-19 health and economic crisis. You can RSVP here.

Wednesday (May 27)

Demand Safe Voting: Virtual Town Hall with Elizabeth Warren
Attend the live streaming event with Elizabeth Warren and guests at 5 p.m. RSVP here.

Thursday (May 28)

Postmark Deadline
For voter registration for June 23 election.

Friday (May 29)

Help The Payback Project to Flip the Senate
Indivisible’s Payback Project is aiming to flip the Senate by targeting several vulnerable Republican incumbents up for reelection in November. There are groups on the ground nationwide who are doing the work to win, and Indivisible is supporting them with ads, training, and the digital tools they need to get the job done. If you’re able, please consider a $10 donation to support this crucial work.

Saturday (May 30)

Indivisible Textbanking Training
Prepare for getting out the vote, supporting indivisible candidates, and recruiting volunteers to win upcoming elections by sending out targeted text messages. 6pm via Zoom. Details here.

Sunday (May 31)

CNY Solidarity Meeting
3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Very likely via Zoom.

Save the date for these upcoming events:

Tue, Jun 2: Indivisible Textbanking Training. 8:30pm via Zoom. Details here.
Sat., Jun 13: In-person voter registration deadline for June 23 election.
Sat., Jun 13: Early voting open 10-3. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Sun., Jun 14: Early voting open 10-3. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Mon., Jun 15: Early voting open 10-6. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Tue., Jun 16: Postmark deadline for absentee ballot applications for June 23 primary election. All registered Democrats in Onondaga County should have received an application in the mail. If you did not receive one, contact your county election board. Per Gov. Cuomo’s executive order, all registered voters are eligible to vote absentee in this election. Just select “temporary illness” as the reason you’re unable to vote in person (this is authorized due to COVID-19, whether or not you’re sick yourself), and follow the instructions for submitting the application by today.
Tue., Jun 16: Early voting open 12-8pm. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Wed., Jun 17: Early voting open 12-8pm. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Thur., Jun 18: Early voting open 10-6. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Fri., Jun 19: Early voting open 10-6. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Sat., Jun 20: Early voting open 10-3. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Sun., Jun 21: Early voting open 10-3. Sites available in Syracuse, Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and Lafayette. Click here for details.
Mon., Jun 22: Postmark deadline for absentee ballot return for tomorrow’s election.
Tue, Jun 23: Democratic presidential primary (rescheduled from April), NY-24 congressional primary, and state and local primaries will all take place today. Polls open 6am to 9pm.
Sun. Jun 28: CNY Solidarity Coalition meeting. 3-4pm, likely via Zoom.
Oct 24-Nov 1: Early voting for general election. Details TBA.
Tue, Nov 3: Election day. Polls open 6:00am-9:00pm.

Today and every day, be sure to follow us online and on social media. Check out our Website and our Instagram. Follow us on Twitter: @CNYSolidarity and @IndivisibleNY24 and Facebook: www.facebook.com/cnysolidarity/ and www.facebook.com/groups/IndivisibleNY24

Volunteers needed:
Interested in helping with the website, data entry? Contact elaine@iammeinteractive.com
Interested in helping to distribute CNYSC brochures? Contact barry@barrygordon.com
Interested in helping to welcome new members? Contact Marianna.kaufman@gmail.com
Support the CNY Solidarity Coalition by making a donation online to help us cover technology, printing and other expenses. Thank you. *Donations are not tax deductible.

In Solidarity,
David

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