CNY Solidarity members and supporters:
In-person early voting has begun for this month’s primary election. In Syracuse, there are important Democratic primaries for mayor, common council, and school board. Some county legislature districts have primaries as well. For those of you in Onondaga County, you can find your sample ballot here. And you can find the days/times/locations for early voting here.
Nationally, our principal focus remains on supporting the democracy reform effort in Congress. This means passing S.1: For the People Act, the John Lewis Voting Rights Act, D.C. statehood, and more. At noon on June 28, we’re hosting a Deadline for Democracy rally at the Federal Building, part of a national call to action. More info here and here. Please help spread the word.
See below for some additional ways to get involved.
Today (June 14)
For the People Phonebank with Common Cause
Today and every day this week (except Friday), our friends at Common Cause are hosting national phone banks in support of the For the People Act. Click here to sign up.
Wednesday (June 16)
Virtual Town Hall with Sen. Schumer focused on S.1
7:30-8:30pm via Zoom. Register here: bit.ly/s1schumer
Save the Date for These Upcoming Events
June 12-20: In-person early voting for primary election.
Tue., June 22: Election day (2021 primary). Polls open 6am-9pm. (Note the full day hours for primaries now!) Find your polling place here.
June 27: CNY Solidarity Meeting, 3-5 p.m. via Zoom with Breakout Sessions.
Sat., July 10: Democracy reform visibility action. Tentatively schedule for 11am on sidewalk outside Wegmans Dewitt.
July 13: Indivisible NY24 meeting, 7-8pm via Zoom.
July 18: CNY Solidarity Meeting, 3-4
Aug. 15: CNY Solidarity Meeting, 3-4
Sept. 12: CNY Solidarity Meeting, 3-4pm
Sept. 26: CNY Solidarity Meeting, 3-4pm
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). In addition to important races for Onondaga County Legislature, the ballot will include state constitutional amendments to authorize no fault absentee voting and same-day voter registration.
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