Releases and Blog

Lesser of Two Evils: Unite NY Offers Top 10 Reasons Why New York Voters Deserve More Voice, More Choices

Pathetic Presidential Primary Voter Turnout Highlights Need to for More Election Reforms This past Tuesday, April 2nd, New York State held its presidential primary but nearly no one showed up – turnout was below 5%. This was the opportunity for New York voters to have their voices heard for their political party’s candidate for the White […]

Growing Legislative Support for Unite NY’s More Voices, More Choices Campaign

Nonpartisan Organization Hosts Lobby Event in State Capitol Advocating for Needed Election Reforms (Albany, NY) Unite NY, a non-profit, nonpartisan movement focused on reforming and improving New York State elections and government, kicked off its 2024 campaign with a whirlwind of activity. For two days, Unite NY members from the North Country, Central New York, […]

Unite NY Announces Board of Directors and Staff Appointments

Non-Partisan Reform Group Formalizes Operations for Aggressive 2024 Strategy Albany, NY – Non-partisan Unite New York today announced appointments to its Board of Directors and staff to improve governance and operations while advancing the organization’s new “More Voices, More Choices” advocacy campaign in New York. New members of the Unite NY Board of Directors include: […]

In The News

UNY in the News – Newsday OpEd

Did you catch our recent Editorial in Newsday? It’s time for Term Limits in New York to root out corruption and return our government to the hands of the voters! Check it out here: Read the full content here: By Timothy Dunn Guest essay April 8, 2024 It seems that every time we go to […]

UNY in the News: Term Limits on Capital Tonight

Our Executive Director was on Spectrum’s Capital Tonight talking term limits on National Term Limits Day. Did you catch it? Check out the coverage here!

UNY in the News: More Voices, More Choices coverage on State of Politics

Our press release announcing the launch of the More Voices, More Choices campaign was picked up by our friends at State of Politics. Read their coverage here.