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Proposal Number 4, a Question: Measure the True Cost of Living

This proposal would amend the City Charter to: Require the City to create a “true cost of living” measure to track the actual cost in New York City of meeting essential needs, including housing, food, childcare, transportation, and other necessary costs, and without considering public, private, or informal assistance, in order to inform programmatic and policy decisions; and Require the City government to report annually on the “true cost of living” measure. Shall this proposal be adopted?

Proposal Number 3, a Question: Establish a Racial Equity Office, Plan, and Commission

This proposal would amend the City Charter to: Require citywide and agency-specific Racial Equity Plans every two years. The plans would include intended strategies and goals to improve racial equity and to reduce or eliminate racial disparities; Establish an Office of Racial Equity and appoint a Chief Equity Officer to advance racial equity and coordinate the City’s racial equity planning process. The Office would support City agencies in improving access to City services and programs for those people and communities who have been negatively affected by previous policies or actions , and collect and report data related to equity; and Establish a Commission on Racial Equity, appointed by City elected officials. In making appointments to this Commission, elected officials would be required to consider appointees who are representative of or have experience advocating for a diverse range of communities. The Commission would identify and propose priorities to inform the racial equity planning process and review agency and citywide Racial Equity Plans. Shall this proposal be adopted?

Proposal Number 2, a Question: Add a Statement of Values to Guide Government

This proposal would amend the New York City Charter to: Add a preamble, which would be an introductory statement of values and vision aspiring toward “a just and equitable city for all” New Yorkers; and Include in the preamble a statement that the City must strive to remedy “past and continuing harms and to reconstruct, revise, and reimagine our foundations, structures, institutions, and laws to promote justice and equity for all New Yorkers.” The preamble is intended to guide City government in fulfilling its duties. Shall this proposal be adopted?

Proposal Number 1, an Amendment: CLEAN WATER, CLEAN AIR, AND GREEN JOBS Environmental Bond Act of 2022

To address and combat the impact of climate change and damage to the environment , the “Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act of 2022” authorizes the sale of state bonds up to four billion two hundred million dollars to fund environmental protection, natural restoration, resiliency, and clean energy projects. Shall the Environmental Bond Act of 2022 be approved?

State Senator – 59th Senatorial District

There are 62 members of the New York State Senate, each serving 2-year terms.

State Senator – 47th Senatorial District

There are 62 members of the New York State Senate, each serving 2-year terms.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 13th Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Judge of the Civil Court – County – Kings

The Civil Court of the City of New York decides lawsuits involving claims of up to $25,000. The Civil Court includes a small claims part for the informal resolution of cases involving amounts of up to $5,000, and a housing part for landlord-tenant and housing violation proceedings. The court also handles other civil matters referred by the Supreme Court.  New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Attorney General

State Comptroller

Governor / Lieutenant Governor

Judge of the Civil Court – County – Bronx

The Civil Court of the City of New York decides lawsuits involving claims of up to $25,000. The Civil Court includes a small claims part for the informal resolution of cases involving amounts of up to $5,000, and a housing part for landlord-tenant and housing violation proceedings. The court also handles other civil matters referred by the Supreme Court.  New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 1st Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Judge of the Civil Court – County – Queens

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 11th Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 2nd Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 12th Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Judge of the Civil Court – County – New York

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Representative in Congress – 13th Congressional District

Representatives are elected to two-year terms to serve the residents of their congressional district.   The number of representatives per state is proportionate to population.  To be elected, a representative must be at least 25 years old, a United States citizen for at least seven years, and an inhabitant of the state he or she represents.

Representative in Congress – 12th Congressional District

Representatives are elected to two-year terms to serve the residents of their congressional district.   The number of representatives per state is proportionate to population.  To be elected, a representative must be at least 25 years old, a United States citizen for at least seven years, and an inhabitant of the state he or she represents.

Representative in Congress – 10th Congressional District

Representatives are elected to two-year terms to serve the residents of their congressional district.   The number of representatives per state is proportionate to population.  To be elected, a representative must be at least 25 years old, a United States citizen for at least seven years, and an inhabitant of the state he or she represents.

State Senator – 26th Senatorial District

The New York State Senate consists of 62 members serving 2-year terms. New York City is represented by 26 state senators.

State Senator – 29th Senatorial District

The New York State Senate consists of 62 members serving 2-year terms. New York City is represented by 26 state senators.

State Senator – 28th Senatorial District

The New York State Senate consists of 62 members serving 2-year terms. New York City is represented by 26 state senators.

State Senator – 30th Senatorial District

The New York State Senate consists of 62 members serving 2-year terms. New York City is represented by 26 state senators.

Member of the Assembly – 68th Assembly District

The New York State Assembly consists of 150 members, serving 2-year terms representing districts of approximately 128,000 residents.

Member of the Assembly – 67th Assembly District

The New York State Assembly consists of 150 members, serving 2-year terms representing districts of approximately 128,000 residents.

Member of the Assembly – 66th Assembly District

The New York State Assembly consists of 150 members, serving 2-year terms representing districts of approximately 128,000 residents.

Member of the Assembly – 65th Assembly District

The New York State Assembly consists of 150 members, serving 2-year terms representing districts of approximately 128,000 residents.

Surrogate Court Judge – New York County

The Surrogate Court serves the estates of individuals who were domiciled in New York County (Manhattan) at the time of their death.

Member of the Assembly – 61st Assembly District

The New York State Assembly consists of 150 members, serving 2-year terms representing districts of approximately 128,000 residents.

State Senator – 27th Senatorial District

The New York State Senate consists of 62 members serving 2-year terms. New York City is represented by 26 state senators.

State Senator – 31st Senatorial District

There are 62 members of the New York State Senate, each serving 2-year terms.

 

Representative in Congress – 7th Congressional District

Representatives are elected to two-year terms to serve the residents of their congressional district.  The number of representatives per state is proportionate to population.  To be elected, a representative must be at least 25 years old, a United States citizen for at least seven years, and an inhabitant of the state he or she represents.

United States Senator

Senators are elected to six-year terms to serve the residents of their state. There are two Senators in each state, regardless of the size of the state.  To be elected, a representative must be at least 30 years old, a United States citizen for at least nine years and an inhabitant of the state he or she represents.