Commissioners, Volunteers, and Staff Will Be Working Throughout the City to Educate New Yorkers on Ballot Proposals for the November 6 General Election
The New York City Charter Revision Commission will begin hosting Days of Action starting on Tuesday, October 30th as part of its “Flip Your Ballot, Vote on the Issues” public education campaign. During these Days of Action, Commission members, staff and community volunteers will be providing non-partisan public education materials to New Yorkers at high-traffic areas throughout the city, like subway and bus stops, schools, business districts and health care facilities.
These Days of Action will occur through the General Election and are part of the Commission's extensive work informing New Yorkers about the ballot questions. New Yorkers can learn about the ballot questions and sign up to volunteer at FlipYourBallot.nyc or on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @NYCCharter. Last week, the New York City Charter Revision Commission unveiled a new TV ad titled ‘Flip,’ reminding New Yorkers about the three questions that will appear on their ballots.
Who: New York City Charter Revision Commissioner, volunteers and staff
What: Kick off of the General Election Flip Your Ballot Days of Action
When: Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at 4pm-7pm
Where: Citywide, including:
- Bronx: 149th St/3rd Ave on the 2,5 line
- Brooklyn: Court St / Borough Hall station on the 2,3,4,5 line
- Manhattan: 125th St station on the A, B, C, D line
- Queens: 74th St.-Broadway/ Roosevelt Ave. Jackson Heights on the 7, E, F, M,
- Staten Island: Staten Island Ferry-St. George Terminal