New York Democratic Lawyers Council

New York Democratic Lawyers Council The NYDLC is a coalition of New York attorneys and others dedicated to fostering universal participa
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The NYDLC is a project of the New York State Democratic Party and a chapter of the National Democratic Lawyers Council. We are a coalition of New York attorneys and others who have a deep commitment to Democratic politics and who share the common goal of protecting each citizen’s right to vote.

02/18/2023

Voter Protection Results and Reforms

09/17/2022

This portal is intended to be the one-stop destination for New Yorkers to learn how to register to vote, find their polling locations and vote-by-mail options, and to see when the next elections are being held. Voting is the most effective way to create change and make sure your voice is heard in Ne...

09/17/2022

Handle today. 💫

06/19/2022

MVRC Co-Chair Theo Harris speaking on the importance of voting today in Washington Heights

05/16/2022

As we get closer to the June primaries we need to discuss the new Voter Reforms that have passed over the last few legislative cycles and current bills we need to push over the finish line hopefully by the end of session. There will be a lot of confusion this election cycle due to all of the legisla...

Join us TOMORROW NIGHT for a special Minority Voting Rights Committee MeetingTuesday, May 17th | 6:30 - 8:30 PMNYDLC wel...
05/16/2022

Join us TOMORROW NIGHT for a special Minority Voting Rights Committee Meeting

Tuesday, May 17th | 6:30 - 8:30 PM

NYDLC welcomes Assembly Election Law Chair Latrice Walker, State Senate Election Law Chair Zellnor Myrie, and State Senator Leroy Comrie to this month's May MVRC virtual meeting. This meeting presents a unique opportunity for our members to engage in a substantive and in-depth discussion with legislators in both chambers on current and future legislation and legislative changes that impact voters.

Please RSVP here:

As we get closer to the June primaries we need to discuss the new Voter Reforms that have passed over the last few legislative cycles and current bills we need to push over the finish line hopefully by the end of session. There will be a lot of confusion this election cycle due to all of the legisla...

12/19/2021

Under current state law, if a voter casts an affidavit ballot at a polling place that they haven't been assigned to, known as "wrong church," the entire ballot is thrown out.

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08/31/2021

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The bill, which will tighten what were already some of the nation’s strictest voting rules, represents a major victory for Republicans in their nationwide push to overhaul elections.

08/31/2021

The bill, which will tighten what were already some of the nation’s strictest voting rules, represents a major victory for Republicans in their nationwide push to overhaul elections.

“Great news!  Last week's NYDLC CLE "Board of Elections Reform" is now available on demand in the CLE library!”Link:
08/22/2021

“Great news! Last week's NYDLC CLE "Board of Elections Reform" is now available on demand in the CLE library!”

Link:

NYDLC’s CLE Committee develops and convenes attorney education programming on topics central to our mission and of interest to members. Do you have an interesting Pro-Voter CLE topic you'd like to see us cover? Help us plan a great CLE!

07/20/2021
"Our next MVRC virtual meeting will be held on Thursday July 29th @5:30pm. This is an all-virtual meeting. The focus of ...
07/20/2021

"Our next MVRC virtual meeting will be held on Thursday July 29th @5:30pm. This is an all-virtual meeting.

The focus of this meeting will be on federal voting reforms, as we welcome Congressman Mondaire Jones, US Representative for New York's 17th Congressional District (https://jones.house.gov/). Congressman Jones will update us on the progress of HR-1 Voting Rights Act and the John Lewis Act and what the Democrats in Congress will do to combat the many draconian voter suppression laws that have been introduced or passed in over 20 states.

Also, in our continuing spotlight on voter rights organizations we will have the Voter Protection Director of the Democratic National Committee Ms. Reyna Walters-Morgan. "

Please RSVP here:

TONIGHT-MVRC Virtual Zoom Meeting this evening @ 6:30pm sharp. We will begin with the discussion on Rank Choice Voting. ...
06/17/2021

TONIGHT-MVRC Virtual Zoom Meeting this evening @ 6:30pm sharp. We will begin with the discussion on Rank Choice Voting. We will be joined by the following guests:

State Senator Leroy Comrie- We will be discussing voter reforms (Constitutional Amendments, Absentee Ballot Bills, Disenfranchisement Reforms etc.) and have a Q&A session.

Laura Wood the Chief Democracy Officer, Democracy NYC an NYC Office of the Mayor- Our meeting will be just 5 days away from the June 22nd primaries. NYC will be adopting the Rank Choice Voting model for this election. We will be going over what voters will need to know about Rank Choice Voting and how it will affect casting ballots in this upcoming election.

Sonia Ayala the founder of Latino Democratic Committee of Orange County-Finally, our spotlight on an organization segment will feature the LDCOC and the work they are doing in Orange County. Orange County (Newburgh, Middletown, Goshen) will have many county-wide elections this November. Join us as we find out more about how the organization was founded and how we can help them increase voter turnout and protect the vote.

MVRC June Meeting
Date & Time: Thursday June 17th@ 6:30pm-8:15pm
Location: virtual zoom meeting

RSVP: MVRC June 2021 Meeting
the link to the zoom meeting will be provided upon your RSVP

https://www.nydlc.org/mvrc_6_2021

Our next MVRC virtual zoom meeting will be held on June [email protected] 6:30pm. It will be a full meeting as we are honored to be joined by State Senator from 14th Senate District Leroy Comrie. This will be a great opportunity to talk to the Senator about Constitutional Amendment on No Excuse App....

New Event: Minority Voting Rights Committee’s (MYVC) free Virtual Education on Ranked Choice Voting for this month’s NYC...
05/31/2021

New Event: Minority Voting Rights Committee’s (MYVC) free Virtual Education on Ranked Choice Voting for this month’s NYC Elections!

“Our next MVRC virtual zoom meeting will be held on June 17th@ 6:30pm.

It will be a full meeting as we are honored to be joined by State Senator from 14th Senate District Leroy Comrie. This will be a great opportunity to talk to the Senator about Constitutional Amendment on No Excuse Applications for Absentee Ballots, bills on curing defects on absentee ballots submitted by voters and many more voting rights legislation that has passed or we hope will pass in the near future.

We will also be joined by Laura Wood the Chief Democracy Officer, Democracy NYC an NYC Office of the Mayor. The meeting will be 5 days away from the NYC primary elections and Ms. Wood will be going over what participating voters will need to know about Rank Choice Voting and how it will effect casting ballots in this election. If you have any questions or need refreshing of your knowledge of RCV please join us for this discussion. We hope attendees will come out of the meeting prepared for June 22nd and be willing to share this information within their networks.

Finally, our spotlight on an organization segment will feature the Latino Democratic Committee of Orange County and its leader Sonia Ayala. Orange County (Newburgh, Middletown Goshen) in the beautiful southern Hudson Valley will have many elected positions up for grabs at county wide elections this November. This election cycle, Orange County has seen large influx of candidates of color deciding to run for many of these positions. For many years LDCOC has been working many of the grassroots activists in the County to create the environment for these candidates to run. Join us as we find out more about how the organization was founded and how we can help them increase turnout and protect the vote.

We will host the meeting on Thursday June 17th @ 6:30pm via zoom conference.

WHEN:
June 17, 2021 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm”

Please RSVP here:

Our next MVRC virtual zoom meeting will be held on June [email protected] 6:30pm. It will be a full meeting as we are honored to be joined by State Senator from 14th Senate District Leroy Comrie. This will be a great opportunity to talk to the Senator about Constitutional Amendment on No Excuse App....

05/30/2021

President Biden slammed the bill introduced by Texas Republicans as "an assault on democracy."

TONIGHT-6:30 pm via Zoom:NYS Assemblymember Latrice M. Walker- NYS Assembly Election Law Chair speaks with our Minority ...
05/13/2021

TONIGHT-6:30 pm via Zoom:
NYS Assemblymember Latrice M. Walker- NYS Assembly Election Law Chair speaks with our Minority Voting Rights Committee!

“Friends: Please join us at our first MVRC meeting for the year. We hope to have an in-depth discussion on the voting/election reforms that have passed this session, as well as potential bills we want to continue to advocate for for the rest of the year.
We will host the meeting on Thursday May 13th @ 6:30pm via zoom conference.
We are honored to have the following guest speakers at the meeting:


1) Assemblywoman Latrice M. Walker- NYS Assembly Election Law Chair

2) Jarret Berg Esq.- Co-Founder and Voting Rights Counsel at VoteEarlyNY

and our MVRC monthly voting rights organization spotlight on the Brooklyn Voter Alliance

with their Co-Founder and member of their Executive Committee

3) Amanda Blair Esq.

WHEN
May 13, 2021 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm”

Where: Zoom videoconference

Please RSVP Here:

Friends: Please join us at our first MInority Voting Rights Committee’s 1st meeting for the year. We hope to have an in-...
05/02/2021

Friends: Please join us at our first MInority Voting Rights Committee’s 1st meeting for the year. We hope to have an in-depth discussion on the voting/election reforms that have passed this session, as well as potential bills we want to continue to advocate for for the rest of the year.
We will host the meeting on Thursday May 13th @ 6:30pm via zoom conference.
We are honored to have the following guest speakers at the meeting:


1) Assemblywoman Latrice M. Walker- NYS Assembly Election Law Chair

2) Jarret Berg Esq.- Co-Founder and Voting Rights Counsel at VoteEarlyNY

and our MVRC monthly voting rights organization spotlight on the Brooklyn Voter Alliance

with their Co-Founder and member of their Executive Committee

3) Amanda Blair Esq.
WHEN
May 03, 2021 at 6pm - 9pm

Minority Voting Rights Committee’s 1st virtual meeting of 2021 with Special Guests! Thursday evening, May 13th, 2021! Fr...
05/02/2021

Minority Voting Rights Committee’s 1st virtual meeting of 2021 with Special Guests! Thursday evening, May 13th, 2021!

Friends: Please join us at our first MVRC meeting for the year. We hope to have an in-depth discussion on the voting/election reforms that have passed this session, as well as potential bills we want to continue to advocate for for the rest of the year.

We will host the meeting on Thursday May 13th @ 6:30pm via zoom conference.

We are honored to have the following guest speakers at the meeting:


1) Assemblywoman Latrice M. Walker- NYS Assembly Election Law Chair

2) Jarret Berg Esq.- Co-Founder and Voting Rights Counsel at VoteEarlyNY

and our MVRC monthly voting rights organization spotlight on the Brooklyn Voter Alliance

with their Co-Founder and member of their Executive Committee

3) Amanda Blair Esq.
WHEN
May 03, 2021 at 6pm - 9pm

Please RSVP here:

“Major League Baseball on Friday pulled this year's All-Star Game out of Atlanta in protest of Georgia's new restrictive...
04/02/2021

“Major League Baseball on Friday pulled this year's All-Star Game out of Atlanta in protest of Georgia's new restrictive voting law.”

The "Midsummer Classic" was going to be played July 13 at Truist Park, home of the Atlanta Braves. A new site was not announced.

“In 2020, the combination of mass incarceration and disenfranchisement policy excluded an estimated 5.2 million American...
03/15/2021

“In 2020, the combination of mass incarceration and disenfranchisement policy excluded an estimated 5.2 million Americans from voting, three-quarters of whom have already completed their prison term and are living in our communities. The blunt application to all felonies makes the penalty indiscriminate and yet the impact is unjustly disproportionate—nationally, one in 16 voting age African-Americans were reportedly disenfranchised, a rate 3.7 times greater than that of other Americans. In Florida and six other states, more than one-in-seven African-Americans remain disenfranchised. Over 20% of Americans disenfranchised are women. When combined with other barriers to voter access (and gerrymandering), how dramatically does this contort political power?

Disenfranchisement isn’t merely a vestige of Jim Crow in New York, but actually more of an enduring centerpiece of the backlash that also occurred in northern states with larger Black populations after the Fifteenth Amendment prohibited racial discrimination in voting. Sadly, much as delegates intended when they entrenched mandatory disenfranchisement for infamous crimes in the New York Constitution 150 years ago, its legacy operates with disparate racial impact to this day, stigmatizing individuals and perpetuating a ripple effect that marginalizes communities.

The policy is part of a national stain. Course-correcting it requires more than incremental fixes. A rising generation of New York lawmakers are increasingly likely to agree but that’s yet to meaningfully shift the debate. Politicians called to public service to right historical wrongs and pursue social justice must reevaluate this serious punishment through a modern lens focused on fundamental rights and familiar rule-of-law principles like proportionality and judicial oversight.”

Voting rights (photo: Michael Appleton/Mayoral Photography Office) Voting rights and social justice advocates are counting on legislative supermajorities in Albany to begin tackling a long ignored civil rights imperative, reform of New York’s racist Civil War-era blanket voter disenfranchisement l...

NYDLC is proud to bring together leading academic and election law professionals to discuss how systemic racial inequali...
02/18/2021

NYDLC is proud to bring together leading academic and election law professionals to discuss how systemic racial inequalities are being confronted with voting rights legislation, and how much more we have to do!

Get your ticket now!
https://www.nydlc.org/confronting_inequalities

Our panel will examine our collective history of inequality in voting dating back to the Constitution itself, discuss felon disenfranchisement and the Voting Rights Act in detail, and examine how new legislation before the Senate right now (the For the People Act - HR 1 and the Voting Rights Advancement Act - HR 4) can help make a difference towards the impediments that prevent everyone from being able to vote freely and fairly.

This event will also include a discussion of how far we have come and how far we have left to go and offer 3 total CLE Credits (including 1 hour of NYS Diversity and Inclusion Credit) to attorneys who attend.

Panelists:

Frederick Brewington
Civil Rights Attorney, The Law Offices of Frederick K. Brewington

Gloria Browne-Marshall
Civil Rights Attorney and Professor of Constitutional Law at John Jay College

Edgardo Cortés
Voting Rights and Election Security Advisor

Hon. John Sarbanes
U.S. Representative, Maryland's 3rd Congressional District

Jeff Wice
Adjunct Professor/Senior Fellow, New York Law School

&

John Owens, Jr.
Principal Law Clerk, New York State Supreme Court

12/22/2020

NYDLC applauds the passage into law of the Automatic Voter Registration Act (AVR). To vote is to participate in democracy. For democracy to thrive, we always proudly join in promoting that all eligible voters exercise their right to vote, and that the vote of the people is loudest and most effective when the largest number of eligible voters as possible cast their votes.

Our organizational mission centers on protecting the right to vote and making sure that every vote is counted. Unfortunately not all eligible voters vote. Not all eligible voters know that, to be able to vote, they must take an earlier step that precedes the time when they cast their vote - which is “voter registration.”

AVR automatically registers many (if still not all) components of the eligible voter population through use of government records of certain state agencies (like drivers licenses, among others).

AVR represents a profound sea change in efforts of New York State to modernize its voting systems and expand the franchise, and we celebrate its enactment. AVR eliminates one of the greatest barriers to exercising one's constitutional right to vote - registration for much of the population.

AVR modernizes and streamlines voter registration, built upon systems to more smartly and effectively maintain voter roles and ensuring registration records stay current over time as people move. As New Yorkers generally, especially young people and people of color, are highly mobile populations, AVR makes it more likely that a static registration record will not become out of date over time.

The passage of AVR did not happen overnight. We give special thanks to the tireless work and unwavering commitment of advocates, including our own devoted members, and organizations representing an unprecedented and diverse array of constituencies, who fought for many years to make a progressive vision become the law of New York State.

“The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Friday ruled that mail ballots cannot be discarded based on a perceived mismatch betw...
10/23/2020

“The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Friday ruled that mail ballots cannot be discarded based on a perceived mismatch between signatures appearing on a voter's application and their actual ballot.

The unanimous ruling was a blow for the Trump campaign and Republican National Committee, which had pushed for a strict matching requirement in the key battleground state that President Trump won in 2016 by fewer than 45,000 votes.”

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Friday ruled that mail ballots cannot be discarded based on a perceived mismatch between signatures appearing on a voter's application and their actual ballot.

This Friday-Our free virtual Early Voting & Voter Protection rally featuring New York State Attorney General Letitia Jam...
10/22/2020

This Friday-Our free virtual Early Voting & Voter Protection rally featuring New York State Attorney General Letitia James & NYS Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul.

Please attend and spread the word. Thanks

“The New York Democratic Lawyers Council is proud to partner with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, New York State Attorney General Letitia James , New York State Democratic Party and the NY Biden+Harris campaign to empower voters on the eve of this historic election. Join us for a virtual rally on Friday, October 23rd at 7pm. Learn more about Early Voting and how we’re working together to protect the vote in New York State and how you can help ensure that every vote is counted.


Please register today and invite your friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors to do the same.

Making Every Vote Count—Voting Early and Protecting New Yorkers in the 2020 Election

Date: Friday, October 23, 2020

Time: 7:00pm to 8:00pm

RSVP: Making Every Vote Count—Protecting New Yorkers in the 2020 Election

Speakers: Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, New York State Attorney General Letitia James and New York State Democratic Chair Jay Jacobs.

WHEN
October 23, 2020 at 7pm - 8pm”

RSVP Here:

https://www.nydlc.org/early_voting_voter_protection_rally

09/29/2020

A printing error has left voters scrambling for answers and could undermine their confidence in the New York City Board of Elections.

“Amendment 4 had only two conditions: those convicted of murder or felony sexual assault did not qualify; and felons fir...
09/27/2020

“Amendment 4 had only two conditions: those convicted of murder or felony sexual assault did not qualify; and felons first had to complete, "all terms of sentence including parole or probation." It was the single largest addition to the country's voting population in half a century. But then things got complicated.”

Florida's Amendment 4 restored voting rights to as many as 1.4 million felons who had completed their sentences, but then things got complicated. Hundreds of thousands of ex-convicts are still disenfranchised just over a month before the presidential election.

09/26/2020

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Our virtual town hall on voting in New York is starting now. Please join us!
09/26/2020

Our virtual town hall on voting in New York is starting now. Please join us!

Free Voting Rights Event this Saturday!!!“New York Democratic Lawyers Council, New York for Biden+Harris Campaign, Indiv...
09/24/2020

Free Voting Rights Event this Saturday!!!

“New York Democratic Lawyers Council, New York for Biden+Harris Campaign, Indivisible New Rochelle, Indivisible Westchester, The Latino Democratic Committee of Orange County and The Latino Democrats of Dutchess County will present:

Making A Voting Plan For the 2020 Election a Virtual Tele-Town Hall,

Join us to get answers to all of your questions from experience and dedicated voting/election attorneys from the NYDLC.

We will take questions from attendees and discuss topics regarding:

Voter registration

Absentee ballots

Early Voting



New York State has been reshaped in the past two years! Thanks to historic reform passed in 2019, and many new measure put in place during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic - there are more ways to vote in New York than ever!

Let's make a plan to vote, and help your community get out the vote, so we can protect our democracy.



Please register today and invite your friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors to do the same.

WHEN
September 26, 2020 at 1pm - 2:30pm”

RSVP link here:

TODAY is National Voter Registration Day!!!
09/22/2020

TODAY is National Voter Registration Day!!!

is our Super Bowl.

Join us on Instagram for a day FULL of conversations about voter registration, musical performances, and more ✨

weall.vote/voteready

Event next Saturday!September 26th; Make a Voting Plan For The 2020 Election Virtual Tele-Town HallJoin us to get answer...
09/19/2020

Event next Saturday!
September 26th; Make a Voting Plan For The 2020 Election Virtual Tele-Town Hall

Join us to get answers to all of your questions regarding voter registration, absentee ballots and early voting in NYS this fall. Learn about the Voting/Election process and how Governor Cuomo's executive orders as well as new legislation impact your right to vote. Explore how the COVID-19 pandemic and the disinformation campaign being waged by the Trump administration are influencing the media and voter perception. Make a plan to vote, and help your community get out the vote, so we can protect our democracy. We hope you will attend and take this information back to your community and help other folks in making their plan as well.

Please register today and invite your friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors to do the same.

“Making a Voting Plan For The 2020 Election”

Date: Saturday September 26, 2020

Time: 1:00pm to 2:30pm”

RSVP link:

Voter Pros. What to do on a rainy New York night? Call Speaker Heastie, of course!There are some CLUTCH election bills t...
07/22/2020

Voter Pros. What to do on a rainy New York night?

Call Speaker Heastie, of course!

There are some CLUTCH election bills that must be scheduled for an Assembly vote tomorrow!

We NEED to get these done for voters now, in July, to shape much-need clarity for November.

Find all the info you need to make the call here:
https://conta.cc/2ZTQLrv

NYDLC statement on the passing of Congressman John Lewis.Yesterday, Congressman John Lewis passed away. Congressman Lewi...
07/19/2020

NYDLC statement on the passing of Congressman John Lewis.

Yesterday, Congressman John Lewis passed away. Congressman Lewis was absolutely committed to the principle of one person, one vote; an advocate who long ago put his life on the line for justice and fundamental rights has now left us.

For many in the NYDLC family, Congressman Lewis was the greatest leader for the Democratic movement for voting rights in our lifetimes. John Lewis, in word and deed, with blood and sweat, pushed America over a bridge to try to be a better nation. Congressman Lewis never stopped fighting.

It is a sad moment, bidding farewell to one of the brightest lights of the past sixty years.

His absence casts a pall on us; but also a call to fill what he leaves behind.

We must offer more than words of tribute, and live up to Congressman Lewis’s example of constancy in the fight for justice.

Most of all, we must collectively recognize the charge he left us, to continue the fight for voting rights today.

Every one of us is entrusted with his legacy and must carry it with us through November and beyond, as we fight for the life of American Democracy itself.

Many of our members have fond memories of meeting the Congressman in person over the years, and hearing him implore them to “make good trouble.”

In the coming days, we will ask for you to tap into both the grief and the gratitude felt today, to continue to support his legacy.

At the moment, we simply honor him.

May we all live and work in his example, as we find our way forward together.


https://www.nydlc.org/nydlc_blog

Yesterday, Congressman John Lewis passed away. Congressman Lewis was absolutely committed to the principle of one person, one vote; an advocate who long ago put his life on the line for justice and fundamental rights has now left us.

Check out this NYS resource we built out to make it easy for NYers to find out their   and   options: www.VoteEarlyNY.or...
06/12/2020

Check out this NYS resource we built out to make it easy for NYers to find out their and options: www.VoteEarlyNY.org

Are you registered to and enrolled in a party holding a June primary? Check here: http://ow.ly/AMbi50A16O3

June Primary voters can ; (Sat. 6/13 - Sun. 6/21), or on (6/23).

Find out how, where and when here: http://ow.ly/oEgd50A16NS

Folks: National Disaster & Emergency Ballot Act has stalled in the Senate (thanks, Mitch), but there is still hope: CALL...
04/01/2020

Folks: National Disaster & Emergency Ballot Act has stalled in the Senate (thanks, Mitch), but there is still hope: CALL YOUR HOUSE REPS TODAY and throughout the week and ask them to include universal vote-by-email and 15 days of early voting during declared emergencies in the current House stimulus bill.

We gotta get this passed NOW to give county election boards enough time to implement these changes for November.

Here's more info, how to look up your rep, and a call script.

Thanks for stepping up!

03/19/2020

In response to the COVID-19 National Emergency and NYS State of Emergency, the Let NY Vote Coalition released the following Framework for 2020 Voter Access Resiliency:

Today, NYDLC released this statement regarding the COVID-19 crisis and upcoming elections in New York State.Our leadersh...
03/15/2020

Today, NYDLC released this statement regarding the COVID-19 crisis and upcoming elections in New York State.

Our leadership thanks Governor Cuomo for his strong leadership on this, calls for access to absentee balloting for all, and concludes that:

"The current public health crisis should not be allowed to halt or impair our elections. Given the availability of safe and efficient alternatives consistent with public health and safety, postponement of elections is an unnecessary, and potentially dangerous, precedent.

New York has an opportunity to set a powerful example for the entire nation: that, even in a state severely affected by the outbreak, free, fair, and accessible elections can -- and must -- still occur."

NYDLC Co-chairs and leadership have released the following statement regarding electoral developments and the current state of emergency due to COVID-19:

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