UNY in the News: Unite NY on Cut to the Chase with Laura Curran!

Recently, our Executive Director Tim Dunn caught up with the incredible Laura Curran on her podcast, Cut to the Chase. The former County Executive, Journalist, and Advocate had some great questions and it led to a really engaging discussion. Take a listen here!

UNY in the News: Unite NY Discusses Reform on Talk of The Town

Executive Director Tim Dunn caught up with Rocco and Mark to talk reform, a new focus, and the upcoming Drinks and Democracy event in Utica. Have a listen!

UNY in the News: Rochester Beacon on UNY’s New Focus

Our friends in Rochester have a great resource in the Rochester Beacon. They caught up with our team recently to learn more about UNY’s new direction and bringing our Drinks and Democracy event to Rochester! Learn more here.

UNY in the News: Unite on WGY Talking Reform, a New Direction, and Drinks and Democracy

Did you catch our Executive Director Tim Dunn on WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie? They talked reform, a broken system, drinks, and even Hamilton! Listen along here.

UNY in the News – Post-Standard on 2023 Plans

Our friends at Syracuse.com and the Post-Standard have picked up on our release announcing our strategic pivot for 2023. Read more here.

UNY in the News: Spectrum Coverage of Unite Post-Election Synopsis

Hochul Victory Missed Opportunity to engage independents on Reform Spectrum News picked up the Unite NY press release highlighting the missed opportunity to engage independents on reform in this election. Read more here.

UNY in the News: My Little Falls Covers UNY Post-Election Analysis

Hochul Victory Highlights Missed Opportunity to Connect with Independents Local publication MyLittleFalls.Com covered Unite NY’s post election release. Read more here.

Can we save NY?

For more than a year, Unite NY has been vocal about the vital changes needed to fix the broken political system in New York State. The systemic nature of our problems are pretty clear when the major issues in the Governor’s race are high taxes, high crime, mandates, and economic opportunities (or lack thereof). Those […]