NYC Voter Assistance Hearing On May 2

From a press release:
April 19, 2018 – NYC Votes and the Voter Assistance Advisory Committee (VAAC) will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, May 2nd, to discuss the findings of the 2017-18 NYC Voter Assistance Annual Report. This hearing will be an opportunity for the public to speak about their voting experiences in the 2017 New York City elections and provide feedback on the report.

The Voter Assistance Annual Report is an opportunity for NYC Votes to showcase its voter assistance efforts, and share recommendations to make elections work better for voters. Set to be released on April 30th, this year’s report takes a look back at our efforts to engage New Yorkers during the 2017 elections and provides analysis of voter registration and turnout to make the case for state election reforms.

The hearing will take place at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, May 2nd, in the Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J. Board Room of the CFB’s offices in Lower Manhattan, located at 100 Church Streeton the 12th Floor. NYC Votes encourages all interested parties to RSVP here.

If you plan to attend and speak, or would like to submit written testimony, please contact Sabrina Castillo at scastillo@nyccfb.info or by phone at 212-409-1843. Building security requires all visitors to provide photo identification before entering.

Sign language interpretation is available. Please email access@nyccfb.info by the close of business on Monday, April 30th, if you plan to attend the meeting and require sign language interpretation.

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