Monday, April 02, 2007

Reform NY Day 2007

Are you steamed about the return to the three-men-in-a-room budget process this cycle?

Do gerrymandered districts make your blood boil?

Are you sick of rank-and-file legislators acting as rubber stamps for leadership priorities?

Do you yearn for elections that reflect the will of the people, not big-money special interests?

Then join us in Albany on Monday, April 23rd for Reform NY Day 2007! The Brennan Center is partnering with Common Cause NY and other reform groups and activists from around the state to rally public pressure to support crucial reforms to campaign finance, redistricting, and legislative rules & government transparency. Busses will be leaving for Albany from New York City, Westchester, Rochester, and Syracuse, so register to attend today!

If you can’t make it to the event, you can still show your support for these important reforms by signing the petition.

Check back here for more updates as we get closer to the event, and use the comment function if you have questions or need more information.

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