November 2, 2010

Turn Over the Ballot

This year, the City of New York has a new voting system. Voters will be given a paper ballot. Candidates will be on one side and term limits will be on the back. You must turn the paper over to vote for term limits!  See here for more information.

October 25, 2010

Term Limits supporters Host Press Conference at City Hall

Term Limits proponents hosted a press conference today at City Hall.  You can watch exerpts here.  In addition, Mayor Bloomberg advocated a rturn to the original two term law in New York City - the Wall Street Journal and NY Times report.

October 24, 2010

Queens Councilman Eric Ulrich Endorses Term Limits

Read Councilman Ulrich's endorsement in the Queens Chronicle.

More Confusion on the New York City Ballot

Beside placing the critical Term Limits question on the BACK of the ballot, the Board of Elections made another mistake in ballot design -- on the front of the ballot. In actuality, voters need to fill out the ovals BELOW a candidate's name. But the ballot instructions mistakenly say to fill out the oval above the candidate's name. Catch the video here.

October 21, 2010

A Time to Change Diapers

October 20, 2010

Ways You Can Act

Here are FOUR ways you can act to establish New York City Term Limits:
  1. Register to Vote for November 2!
  2. Go Vote! Flip the Ballot. Say YES on Question #1.
  3. Print & Post the Term Limits Flyer.

October 19, 2010

'Flip the Ballot' Video Released to Public

October 18, 2010

New Yorkers for Term Limits launches 'Flip The Ballot' Campaign

We feel that the New York's new ballot may confuse voters. As stated, voters must TURN OVER their paper voting ballots in order to vote on Term Limits. To make this process more clear, we are launching a public information campaign spelling out the process. The basic message is as follows -- On November 2, New Yorkers should:

  1. Turn over the ballot.
  2. Vote YES on Question #1.