Ballot Access Reform


New York's antiquated election laws are highly technical and needlessly burdensome, making it entirely too easy for incumbents to throw challengers off of the ballot. Speaker Silver has not received a primary challenge in 22 years in part because of his ability to knock challengers off of the ballot. Luke Henry successfully navigated New York's highly technical ballot access laws, but it should be easier for candidates to secure a place on the ballot. Competitive elections benefit everyone. Elections should be a battle of ideas not an exercise in clearing onerous legal obstacles.

Help end the 21st Century Tammany Hall Style Politics at Boss Tweed's Saloon!

When: Sunday, August 10 3:00pm to 6pm

Where: Boss Tweed's Saloon, 115 Essex St, between Rivington and Delancey

Why: Come join us for a fun party as we raise funds to oust Speaker Silver and end the modern Tammany Hall style politics which are prevalent in Albany.

Subway: F/J/M/Z to Essex St - Delancey St

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