CNY Solidarity members and supporters:
Please find below the weekly action alerts from Indivisible NY24.
While millions can’t pay their rent of put food on the table, New York’s wealthiest billionaires have grown $87.7 million richer during the pandemic. New York desperately needs more investment in housing, healthcare, schools and teachers, our towns and cities, and our works and youth. Accordingly, we’re supporting the Invest in Our New York Campaign—which supports a package of six bills that ends tax breaks for the wealthiest New Yorkers and raises $50 billion to invest in meeting these vital needs. More information about CNY effort on this here.
In addition, the House will probably vote on H.R. 1, the democracy reform bill, this week. So, this is a good week to make a push on that.
Monday (March 1)
For the People Act (H.R. 1) Phone Bank
H.R. 1, the For the People Act, seeks to preserve our democracy by ending partisan gerrymandering, reducing money’s influence on politics, securing voting rights, improving election security, and fighting corruption. Sign-up here to phone constituents of wavering House Democrats to pressure them to sign on at 6 p.m.
Tuesday (March 2)
Call or Email your State Representatives to Urge them to Include the Invest in our New York Act
We especially need constituents to contact Al Stirpe and William Magnarelli. But calls, letters, or emails to all of our representatives are welcome. (Rachel May and Pamela Hunter are supporting these bills). You can reach them here.
Rally to Support Safety for Children, Families, and Employees of Onondoga County
Noon. Columbus Circle. This rally aims to address the failure to adequately staff the Onondoga County Department of Children and Family Services, thereby creating unsafe conditions for the overloaded case workers and the families and children they serve. More information here.
Wednesday, (March 3)
League of Women Voters Event on Rank Choice Voting.
At noon. Zoom link here.
Thursday (March 4)
Phone Bank to Pass H.R. 1
At 6 p.m. Sign up here
Friday (March 5)
Sign a Petition Asking Governor Cuomo to Support the Invest in New York Act
You can read about the bill and sign-on here.
Saturday (March 6)
Phone Bank to Pass H.R. 1
At 6 p.m. Sign up here.
Sunday (March 7)
CNY Solidarity Meeting
3-4 p.m. via Zoom.
Save the Date for These Upcoming Events
Tue., Mar. 9, 4 pm: Rally at Al Stirpe’s North Syracuse office to support the Invest in our New York Campaign (tentative).
Tue., Mar. 9, 5 p.m.: Rally at William Magnarelli’s downtown office in the state building to support the Invest in our New York Campaign (tentative).
Tue., Mar. 9, 7pm: Indivisible NY24 mtg via Zoom
Sun., Mar. 21, 3-4 pm: CNY Solidarity Meeting via Zoom. Indivisible NY24 will meet during breakout time.
Sun., Apr. 11, 3-4 pm: CNY Solidarity Meeting via Zoom
Tue., Apr. 13, 7pm: Indivisible NY24 mtg via Zoom
Sun., Apr. 25, 3-4 pm: CNY Solidarity Meeting via Zoom. Indivisible NY24 will meet during breakout time.
Sun., May 9, 3-4 pm: CNY Solidarity Meeting via Zoom
Sun., May 23, 3-4 pm: CNY Solidarity Meeting via Zoom. Indivisible NY24 will meet during breakout time.
May 28: Voter registration deadline for 2021 primary election.
Sun., June 6, 3-4 pm: CNY Solidarity Meeting via Zoom
June 12-20: In-person early voting for primary election.
Sun., June 20, 3-4 pm: CNY Solidarity Meeting via Zoom. Indivisible NY24 will meet during breakout time.
Tue., June 22: Election day (2021 primary).
Oct. 8: Voter registration deadline for 2021 general election.
Oct. 23-31: In-person early voting for general election.
Tue., Nov. 2: Election day (2021 general election).
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