Election Day is one week away! On Thursday, Sept. 10th voters will go to the polls, and if we're going to win this, we need your help.
1. If you live in the 76th Assembly District Part B, make sure you vote! You can find your poll site here: http://nyc.pollsitelocator.com/
Polls are open from 6am to 9pm. This election is expected to have extremely low turnout, so every vote will matter!
2. Come out and volunteer! To sign up for a shift on Election Day, click HERE. Even an hour of your time can make a huge difference.
3. Remind your friends to vote! Do you know anyone who lives on the Upper East Side? (More specifically, from 78th Street to 92nd Street, between 3rd Ave and East End?) If so, encourage them to vote.
See you on the campaign trail!
In just over 6 weeks, voters will be heading to the polls for the 2015 Primary elections. Make sure your vote will count!
First, check to make sure your voter registration is up to date here: http://voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us/
If you've recently moved or need to update your registration, you can do so here: http://vote.nyc.ny.us/html/voters/voters.shtml
Remember, the deadline to register for the Sept. 10th Primary is August 14th. You can click HERE for the full list of voting deadlines in New York.
Finally, if you are a registered voter, but you will not be in New York onSeptember 10th, you MUST apply for an absentee ballot by mail by September 3rd, or in person by September 9th. You can find absentee ballot applications here: http://www.elections.ny.gov/VotingAbsentee.html
In local races like ours, even one vote can make a difference, so make sure your vote will be counted!
Petitioning starts on June 2nd, and we're kicking things off with former Upper East Side Council Member Jessica Lappin! I am honored to have Jessica's support, and thrilled that she'll be joining us to collect signatures on day one.
Below is our list of our upcoming petitioning events. You can sign up for whichever shift works for you - even an hour of your time can make a huge difference. If you need to get in touch with anyone on the day of petitioning, you can call 917-974-9826.
PETITIONING SCHEDULE WEEK 1
POSTPONED! Tuesday, June 2nd - First Day of Petitioning with former City Council Member Jessica Lappin!
7:30am - 9am
Corner of 86th Street and 1st Avenue
RSVP here: June 2nd Petitioning
(We have postponed this event due to rain, stay tuned for updates!)
Wednesday, June 3rd
7:30am - 9am
Corner of 86th Street and York Avenue
Thursday, June 4th
7:30am - 9am
Corner of 79th Street and 1st Avenue
Saturday, June 6th
10am - 12pm
Green Market at St. Stephens of Hungary (82nd Street between 1st Ave and York Ave)
Outside of Whole Foods Market, 87th Street and 3rd Avenue
Sunday, June 7th
Carl Schurz Park, 84th Street and East End Avenue
On Thursday, May 21st I'll be moderating a panel discussion on our expiring rent laws. Hosted by the Four Freedoms Democratic Club, the panel will feature Assembly Member Keith Wright, Metropolitan Council on Housing Program Director Ilana Maier, and Delsenia Glover from Tenants and Neighbors.
We'll be discussing the upcoming fight over rent regulation, and we'll have several attorneys on hand to answer specific housing questions.
The event is FREE, and refreshments will be served. RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/746391412145473/
I hope you'll join me for this exciting and timely event!
Join me for my Campaign Kickoff Fundraiser! I'm launching my campaign for Democratic District Leader on Tuesday, March 24th with a happy hour fundraiser. Make sure to buy your tickets in advance: votekim.org/kickoff
If you'd like to join the host committee, email email@example.com
Hope to see you all there!
My name is Kim Moscaritolo and I'm running to be Democratic District Leader in the 76th Assembly district. For too long the local political process has been controlled by party insiders making back room deals. We need to open up the process and provide Democrats in our district with a real forum to express opinions and suggest ideas. I hope I can count on you to help me do that.
Over the next several months I'll be reaching out to residents in the district, finding out what issues matter most to them and how I can help improve their quality of life. My hope is that this campaign will be the beginning of a new era in Upper East Side politics. Please sign up to receive updates and learn more about the campaign. With your help, we can win!