Share your opinion on the six ballot proposals NYC voters will consider on November 5th. 
Make Your Mark. Share your opinion today. Vote November 5th.
On November 5th, New Yorkers will vote on six ballot proposals.
Make your mark TODAY!
Share your opinion on any of these proposals and NYC Votes will include your statement in our non-partisan, online Voter Guide.

The proposals on the ballot are:
  1. Authorizing Casino Gaming
  2. Additional Civil Service Credit for Veterans with Disabilities Certified Post-Appointment
  3. Exclusion of Indebtedness Contracted for Sewage Facilities
  4. Settling Disputed Title in the Forest Preserve
  5. In Relation to a Land Exchange in the State Forest Preserve with NYCO Minerals, Inc.
  6. Increasing Age until which Certain State Judges Can Serve
Read the summaries of the proposal(s) at the Campaign Finance Board website, then email your short "pro" or "con" statement to ballotproposal@nyccfb.info by Wednesday, September 25, 2013. Make sure to follow these simple instructions:
  • Address only one ballot proposal in your statement (you may submit separately on each proposal).
  • Clearly advocate a yes or no vote on that proposal.
  • Include your full name (and your organization name, if you are submitting on behalf of an organization).
  • Limit your statement to 200 words or less.
Make your mark. Share your opinion today. Vote on November 5th.

You may also fax your pro/con statement to 212.306.7143, Attn: Ballot Proposals, or mail it to the CFB at 40 Rector St., 7th floor, New York, NY 10006, Attn: Ballot Proposals.

Late submissions will not be accepted. The CFB reserves the right to edit or exclude statements that do not meet our criteria and follow the instructions above.

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