Source: United States House of Representatives – Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (12th District of New York)
NEW YORK, NY – Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) kicked off early voting week by ‘strolling to the polls’ with downtown Manhattan community leaders.
“As early voting begins across our state today, we reflect on the importance of this fundamental democratic practice and recognize that even in these uncertain times, all New Yorkers can make their voices heard. During this pandemic, there are a variety of options for casting ballots; in-person early voting, absentee mail-in ballots, and in-person voting on Election Day. Across the country, we have already seen millions of Americans experience the ease and safety of early voting and voting by mail, now it is our time to show that New Yorkers care about democracy, and demand to have a hand in shaping it. I hope that every New Yorker takes advantage of the multiple voting options available and knows that their voice truly matters — in this election, and always.”
The Congresswoman will be participating in a series of events surround early voting in New York City, a list of which can be found HERE.
The Congresswoman also released a PSA of voting information, which can be found HERE.