Monthly Archives: January 2017

NYC Campaign Finance Board To Meet January 12th

The next public meeting of the New York City Campaign Finance Board will be held on Thursday, January 12, at 10:00 AM. 

The meeting will be in the CFB’s office in Lower Manhattan, at 100 Church Street, on the 12th Floor

If you plan to attend the public meeting, please RSVP by email to press@nyccfb.info. Building security requires all visitors to provide photo identification before entering. 

Sign language interpretation is available. Please email press@nyccfb.info by the close of business on Tuesday, January 10, if you plan to attend the meeting and require sign language interpretation. 

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Governor To Support Early Voting, Automatic & Same Day Voter Registration

In State of Politics, Nick Reisman reports that Governor Cuomo will announce support for  “revived efforts to expand voting access in New York by calling for early voting and automatic and same-day registration” as he begins his statewide series of “state of the state” speeches this week.

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State BOE Offers January 12th Campaign Finance Disclosure Seminar 

The State Board of Elections will hold a seminar to explain the campaign finance disclosure filing procedures on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at the Hilton Albany, 40 Lodge Street, Albany, from 9:00 am to Noon. Three CLE/CPE credits are available at no charge. Call the BOE at  518-474-8100 for more details.

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Former Rockland GOP Elections Commissioner Loses Court Challenge

In LoHud, Robert Brum reviews the situation in Rockland County where the former GOP Elections Commissioner Louis Babcock lost his challenge  against his replacement: “State Supreme Court Justice Alan Scheinkman on Tuesday ruled that county GOP Chairman Lawrence Garvey and the party’s executive committee had properly selected Patricia Giblin to replace Babcock.”

A copy of the court decision is linked from the article.

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