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For 21 months, NY Indivisible groups have been FED UP w/ fake Dem IDC Senators who caucused w/ Republicans. Tonight, the IDC era is OVER - sending a clear message: Indivisibles will help transform the Democratic party into one that fights for policies that help everyone. #NoIDCNY
For too many years, the IDC had been considered a norm of New York politics. But this election season we’ve seen the grassroots stand up and say they’ve had enough. #NYPrimaries #NoIDCNY
New York Indivisibles canvassed, held rallies & organized phonebanks to support candidates challenging the IDC. Tonight’s #NYPrimaries victories are proof of the power of local Indivisible groups - it’s b/c of their work #NoIDCNY candidates won tonight.
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Waiting for NY primary polls to close be like
Early returns show NYC was not sufficiently insurgent against incumbents.
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I live in NY-38 and intend to vote for @Julie4NYSenate as part of a larger commitment to @NoIDCNY / #NoIDCNY. A quick thread with some observations regarding the NYS IDC:
Disclaimer: I am just a Rockland voter, not affiliated with any candidate or organization unless you count being registered with the Democratic party. I’m pretty lefty but I voted for a local Republican once.
I saw tweets heating up last night from some from IDC incumbents and their staffers regarding exactly who is responsible for the Republican/IDC majority (basically asserting that because Simcha Felder caucused with the Rs it was natural for the IDC to do the same).
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1. Just for the record: here is the section of New York State election law that governs registration for primaries - more accurately, changing or designating parties to take part in our closed primary system - again, New York State Law.
2. Here's the link. It's one helluva read, folks! All 722 pages. Get some hot cocoa, settle in.…
3. Obviously, we need changes in New York. The law requires about 200 days before a presidential primary (depending on dates). Reformers in New York know this. #Indivisible - by far the strongest grassroots movement in NY - supports this. As do I.
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