Town Hall on Election 2016
Wed 10/5 5–7p
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
On site voter registration and a panel of experts from the sponsoring organizations will answer questions. Board of Elections is providing a scanner for first time voters.
Watch TIEMPO with Joe Torres on Sunday, October 2nd at 11:30 am WABC, Channel 7 for information about the October 5th Town Hall on Voter Registration at John Jay College. The LWVNYC is represented by Crystal Joseph, Vice-President.
First Lunch with the League of the Season
Thu 10/13 11a-1p
4 West 43rd Street, 1st Floor
How Social Media Impacts the 2016 Presidential Campaign with Prof. Micheline Blum, Baruch College School of Public & International Affairs
Join the League of Women Voters of New York City in the Five Borough Voting Challenge this year. Both major party candidates are from New York State. Every New Yorker can participate and help get out the vote in 2016. Get involved today!
The League of Women Voters of New York City is now featured on the Voices app! The Voices app makes political advocacy easy by providing personalized lists of elected officials while staying connected on League supported issues and actions. By making elected officials easy to reach, we continue our mission of ensuring all voices are heard during the policy-making process. After installing the app from the links above, League of Women Voters members can type in their address and automatically see all of their elected officials. The app provides user-friendly templates for what you should say to elected officials.