Cuomo Corruption Inc would ban voting if possible!
” As a result of these changes, petition season is nearly here, with designating petition signing beginning on February 26!”
ALBANY, N.Y. (WENY) – On January 24, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law several bills changing New York State’s election law and now, the changes have been announced.
Effective immediately, Primary Elections – except Presidential Primaries – are to be held on the fourth Tuesday in June before every general election. The 2019 Primary Election will be held on June 25.
Effective March 25 2019, boards of elections across the state will transfer a registration and party enrollment of a voter to wherever they move in the state, rather than the voter having to re-register whenever they move to a different area.
Starting with the 2019 General Election (November 5), registered voters will be allowed to vote up to ten days prior to any election at designated early voting polling sites.
Effective January 1 2020, people as young as 16-years-old may pre-register to vote and be automatically registered once they turn 18. Additionally, local boards of education will be required to adopt policies to promote student voter registration and pre-registration, which may include a collaboration with county boards of elections.
As a result of these changes, petition season is nearly here, with designating petition signing beginning on February 26.