The passage of historic voting reforms on day one of the 2019 session was a strong message from our legislators that this is just the beginning of creating a better democracy for NY. Our other reforms won’t be forgotten — and we know you’ll make sure of that!

Download our 1-sheet for info on the remaining bills. (En Español).




It only takes only a minute to make your voice heard — our web tool connects you to your State Senator & Assembly Member and has our current priorities included in the draft.


write a
letter to the editor


Governor Cuomo failed to include Early Voting funding in his Executive Budget, but he still gets to work with the State Legislature on the final budget due April 1 to make sure Early Voting succeeds in New York.

Write a postcard to Governor Cuomo today to make sure he includes a minimum of $25 million in direct funding for Early Voting in the final budget!

Mailing Address 
Governor Andrew Cuomo
NYS State Capitol Building
Albany, NY 12224

* Postcards will arrive sooner than letters in envelopes.

(518) 474-8390
(Press 2 to speak to a person, press 1 to leave a message, they count them)

Dear Governor Cuomo,
Thank you for signing Early Voting and other Let NY Vote priorities into law — now I’m counting on you to fund them directly with at least $25 million in the 2019 state budget, since combined primary savings won’t begin until 2020, and start-up costs and 2019 elections costs for the counties start NOW! The State Senate and Assembly included funding for voting reform - it’s time for your to step up and fund your priorities in the final state budget.

Thank you!
[Your name and zip code]


The State Senate and Assembly are now creating their one-house budgets and then going into budget negotiations for the final budget due April 1. Call your reps now and urge them to include funding for early voting at the top of their priorities throughout negotiations!

I’m a Let NY Vote activist and constituent in your district. Thank you for making the funding of early voting and electronic pollbooks a priority. I am thrilled to see the State Legislature put forward a budget that centers voting rights reform. I hope you’ll continue to be a champion by making sure this stays in the final state budget. These vital appropriations would go a long way in the counties that need it most. Thank you for your continued leadership on this issue.

CALL 1: Your State Senator
Albany Senate Switchboard 

CALL 2: Your Assembly Member
Albany Assembly Switchboard 

They’ll connect you to your rep.
• Find out who your rep is here.
• Find their direct number here.

CALL 3: Senate Majority Leader
Andrea Stewart-Cousins

188 State Street
Legislative Office Building, Room 907
Albany, NY 12247
(518) 455-2585

CALL 5: Senate Elections Chair
Zellnor Myrie

188 State Street
Legislative Office Building, Room 903
Albany, NY 12247
(518) 455-2410

CALL 7: Senate Finance Committee Chair
Liz Krueger
172 State Street
Capitol Building, Room 416 CAP
Albany, NY 12247
(518) 455-2297

CALL 4: Speaker of the Assembly
Carl Heastie

188 State Street
Legislative Office Building, Room 932
Albany, NY 12248
(518) 455-3791

CALL 6: Assembly Elections Law Chair
Charles Lavine

188 State Street
Legislative Office Building, Room 713
Albany, NY 12248
(518) 455-5456
Contact Form

CALL 8: Assembly Ways & Means Committee Chair
Helene Weinstein

188 State Street
Legislative Office Building, Room 923
Albany, NY 12248
(518) 455-5462


It’s important that you report back about how your meeting went and where your representatives stand so we can have an overview of where our campaign is going.