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A Joyous Juneteenth

We’ve come a long way but the struggle is far from over. Let’s fight to make Juneteenth a national paid holiday.
#BlackLivesMatter, #JuneteenthDay

Write Me In Today

Things don’t always go as planned. Aside from running as a candidate, I’m also a coordinator and treasurer for a number of other Green Party candidates. I’m pleased to say that I got all of them on the ballot. However, ¬†due to a clerical error on my part at the time of filing (and my ADHD), I will not appear on the ballot today on the Green Party line for State Senate in SD34. Although I did get the requisite signatures for myself and filed on time, in my determination to serve the other candidates, I filed my petition along with theirs. One problem: I wasn’t supposed to file my petition there. SD34 spans Westchester and Bronx counties. Because of this, petitions must be filed with the BOE in Albany…not in NYC. I’ve run before, and I’ve filed in Albany before. Oh, well.

But I’m not giving up. And neither should you. When you go to the polls today, just write me in. A write-in vote is every bit as valid and counts as much as any other vote. In fact, many write-in candidates have won elections in the past. Write-ins are the only way we have at present to express our dissatisfaction with the “chosen” machine candidates. It is both a protest vote, and a vote of conscience and principle for whom and what you really want.

The sample ballot above shows you where to write-in a candidate: the space is at the far right side of the ballot after the names of the other candidates for that office. Fill in the oval and write my name in below it.

Since I’m not on the ballot for SD34, why not write me in for CD14 and AD82. as well as SD34? Couldn’t hurt.

No matter your choice, though, get out and vote today.