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Primary Day is tomorrow!

“Elections belong to the people. It’s their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire… then they will just have to sit on their blisters.” 

―Abraham Lincoln 

Your vote matters more than ever.

Your vote matters more than ever.

Our sixteenth president was right–turnout matters. Your vote tomorrow, including in local district races, can have consequences for our city and state. The polls are open from 6 am to 9 pm. You can find your polling location here, along with sample ballots. More helpful information is available at NYCVotes.

 Don’t forget Abe’s words. Get out and vote!

Convinced? Yes. Now Let’s Motivate Him.

“You’ve convinced me. Now go out and make me do it.”

FDR to supporters

New Day New York

Join us in a massive rally and march to celebrate our progressive election victory and remind New York politicians that they work for everyone–not just the rich. Together, let’s call for policies that end NYC’s “tale of two cities”: raise the minimum wage to a real living wage, tax high-income earners to fund education, increase and mandate affordable housing in residential development, and stop tax giveaways to big business. Let’s make NYC work for #allofus!

When: Thursday, December 5, starting at 4pm
Where: Foley Square (J or Z trains to Chambers Street or 4, 5, or 6 to Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall)

For details, go to the New Day New York website.