Chris Bragg reports in the Times Union: ” On Wednesday, the politically appointed commissioners of the state Board of Elections are likely to vote on rules carrying a major impact on enforcement of New York election laws.
The response of leading state Democrats and Republicans? Mostly crickets.
Ahead of the Wednesday meeting of the Board of Elections, the Times Union reached out to three leading state Democrats about the proposed new rules: Gov. Andrew Cuomo, state Democratic party chair Byron Brown and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie.”