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5 Ballot Questions How New York Voted

 

  1. Beginning in 2021, primary voters in New York City will no longer choose just one candidate for each political office but will instead rank up to five candidates in order of preference.
    Beginning in 2021, primary voters in New York City will no longer choose just one candidate for each political office but will instead rank up to five candidates in order of preference.
    https://nytimes.com/2019/11/06/nyregion/nyc-election-results.html...
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  2. Question 5: Land use. Every inch of New York City is controlled by one zoning rule or another. To deviate from them, a person or business needs permission from the City Council.
    Question 5: Land use. Every inch of New York City is controlled by one zoning rule or another. To deviate from them, a person or business needs permission from the City Council.
    https://nytimes.com/2019/11/04/nyregion/election-ballot-referendum-nyc.html...
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  3. Here's a rundown of the questions on the ballot, whether you vote early beginning October 26, or on Election Day: Tuesday, November 5. Broad City stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson even cut a ...
    Here's a rundown of the questions on the ballot, whether you vote early beginning October 26, or on Election Day: Tuesday, November 5. Broad City stars Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson even cut a ...
    https://gothamist.com/news/guide-5-ballot-questions-could-change-city-charter...
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  4. Beginning in 2021, primary voters in New York City will no longer choose just one candidate for each political office but will instead rank up to five candidates in order of preference. That change was decided on Tuesday, when New Yorkers overwhelmingly approved a ballot proposal that will transform how primary and special elections are held in the five boroughs.
    Beginning in 2021, primary voters in New York City will no longer choose just one candidate for each political office but will instead rank up to five candidates in order of preference. That change was decided on Tuesday, when New Yorkers overwhelmingly approved a ballot proposal that will transform how primary and special elections are held in the five boroughs.
    https://dangolka.com/how-new-york-voted-on-the-5-ballot-questions...
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  5. NEW YORK - Advocates supporting ranked-choice voting rallied on the steps of City Hall on Monday to urge New Yorkers to vote "Yes" on Ballot Question No. 1 on Tuesday. Common Cause New York ...
    NEW YORK - Advocates supporting ranked-choice voting rallied on the steps of City Hall on Monday to urge New Yorkers to vote "Yes" on Ballot Question No. 1 on Tuesday. Common Cause New York ...
    https://fox5ny.com/news/new-yorkers-to-vote-on-several-ballot-questions...
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  6. BALLOT QUESTION # 1 – ELECTIONS. This proposal would amend the City Charter to: Give voters the choice of ranking up to five candidates in primary and special elections for Mayor, Public Advocate, Comptroller, Borough President, and City Council beginning in January 2021. If voters still want to choose just one candidate, they can.
    BALLOT QUESTION # 1 – ELECTIONS. This proposal would amend the City Charter to: Give voters the choice of ranking up to five candidates in primary and special elections for Mayor, Public Advocate, Comptroller, Borough President, and City Council beginning in January 2021. If voters still want to choose just one candidate, they can.
    https://thebriefly.com/2019/10/24/nycs-2019-ballot-questions...
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  7. The 19 amendments to the city's governing document are lumped into five ballot questions on which New Yorkers can vote yes or no. If approved, they would affect local elections, police oversight ...
    The 19 amendments to the city's governing document are lumped into five ballot questions on which New Yorkers can vote yes or no. If approved, they would affect local elections, police oversight ...
    https://patch.com/new-york/new-york-city/nyc-charter-ballot-questions-what-you-need-know...
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  8. November 5, 2019 ballot measures in New York.  Ballotpedia is covering the five proposed charter amendments combining a total of 19 proposals on the ballot for New York City voters on November 5, 2019. The New York City 2019 Charter Revision Commission voted five proposed charter amendments the November 2019 ballot.
    November 5, 2019 ballot measures in New York. Ballotpedia is covering the five proposed charter amendments combining a total of 19 proposals on the ballot for New York City voters on November 5, 2019. The New York City 2019 Charter Revision Commission voted five proposed charter amendments the November 2019 ballot.
    https://ballotpedia.org/November_5,_2019_ballot_measures_in_New_York...
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  9. 2019 is considered an off-year in New York City politics, with last year’s statewide and legislative elections in the rear-view mirror, the 2020 presidential race and federal & state legislative contests ahead and the 2021 city elections even further off.
    2019 is considered an off-year in New York City politics, with last year’s statewide and legislative elections in the rear-view mirror, the 2020 presidential race and federal & state legislative contests ahead and the 2021 city elections even further off.
    https://citylimits.org/2019/11/04/2019-voters-guide...
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  10. The New York Times Editorial Board denounced the idea of a convention last week, and the latest Siena College poll shows voters opposing a convention more than two-to-one, 57 percent to 25 percent ...
    The New York Times Editorial Board denounced the idea of a convention last week, and the latest Siena College poll shows voters opposing a convention more than two-to-one, 57 percent to 25 percent ...
    https://medium.com/@johndelsignore_61966/a-new-york-voters-guide-to-election-day-s-three-ballot-questions-726018900e2c...
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