Releases and Blog

Unite NY Launches Campaign to Educate Voters on Ranked Choice Voting

The Effort Provides Voters with More Information on the Process that Makes Voting More Inclusive Albany, NY – Unite NY, the new political home for independent and moderate voters launched last month, today announced it has launched a digital advertising campaign to help provide New York City voters with more information on Ranked Choice Voting […]

People Over Party

Many of us are sick and tired of the hyper-partisanship that has become the default in politics. Back room deals, rule by executive order, and legislative gridlock are now the hallmarks of government across America. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in our own New York State. The two major political parties play the game […]

UJP Launches Unite NY Effort

Bold New Initiative Seeks to Embrace the Moderate Voters Left Behind by Both Major Parties The Upstate Jobs Party (UJP) today announced a major effort to embrace non-partisan problem solving and allowing a new path for the millions of moderate New York State voters to engage in the process with Unite NY. Following a rapidly […]

In The News

UNY in the News: Seven Independent Bodies Seek Ballot Status

The Yonkers Times recently outlined the effort Unite NY and others have undertaken seeking ballot status in New York. New York State has one of the more restrictive and exclusionary ballot access thresholds in the nation, requiring more than 45,000 signatures – roughly the population of the city of Binghamton – to get a candidate […]

UNY in Forbes: ‘We’re Not Happy’

This week the ongoing collaboration between Unite NY and John Zogby Strategies was featured once again in Forbes, with a great column from John Zogby himself, review the insights gleaned from the Voter Empowerment Index. His analysis? NY Voters are not happy and want reform! Read more here.

UNY in the News: Forbes Coverage of VEI

As the June primary looms large in the coming weeks, the latest edition of the Voter Empowerment Index saw coverage in Forbes, with this piece by John Zogby.