Vote NO on ballot Prop 1: The redistricting issue; This measure does not unpoliticize the issue, nor does it streamline and simplify; It only makes it worse!

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NYPIRG: Vote “No” on Prop One

November 1, 2014 – Yesterday we talked about the third constitutional amendment on this year’s ballot – today we’re focusing more on the first. That measure would create a redistricting commission to do exactly what it sounds like – draw districts in New York. That’s currently one of the legislature’s duties, and some groups say the new commission won’t…

ATTENTION NEW YORK VOTERS: SOME ADVICE ON THREE PROPOSITIONS ON THE NOV 4TH BALLOT
11-01-2014 12:11 am – John Wallace – New York Oath Keepers
Here are the 3 propositions that New Yorkers will be voting on this Tuesday’s Election Day. Just in case you haven’t read them and/or made a decision on whether or not to approve or disapprove them, here they are:

  PROPOSITION ONE: VOTE “NO”

Revising State’s Redistricting Procedure –  Very poorly written and wouldn’t really solve the problems. We need redistricting reform but this doesn’t come close to solving the problem.

Ben Potiker, President, Upstate Conservative CoalitionThis is just “feel good” reform, it won’t solve the problem !

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