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Celebrating our 2023 Accomplishments

Thanks to all of our members who helped us accomplish so much in this past year. Because of your efforts, Looking ahead to next year, please consider making a year end donation to one of these non-profit groups that are working hard in key states to register voters and get out the vote. Join us[…]

Boogie Down Block Party

Northwest Bronx Indivisible and the Bronx Climate and Environmental Justice Network, invite you to the Boogie Down Block Party on Saturday, October 7th, from Noon – 4:00 pm at Saint Mary’s Park.  Just because summer’s done, doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun! Music, dancing, food and  SolarPunk eco-workshops! What more can a New Yorker[…]

2023 Bills that fell short in New York State

These bills were not elected into law in 2023. The sponsors hope that many of them can be passed next year. Bill (Senate ID# Sponsor/Assembly ID#/Sponsor) Absentee Ballot Illness Expansion (A3291 Dinowitz)–This bill would make permanently change the definition of illness for purposes of absentee voting to include in cases where the voter is unable to appear[…]

2023 Bills Enacted into Law in NY State

Thanks to the League of Women Voters, we present a list of the bills signed into law this year. Bill (Senate ID# Sponsor/Assembly ID#/Sponsor) Mandatory Training Curriculum for Poll Workers (S587 Comrie/A268 Walker)–Relates to mandatory training curriculum for poll workers; requires the state board of elections to develop and provide to each county materials for a model poll[…]

Northwest Bronx Indivisible Statement on the 33rd District Race for New York State Senate

Since National Indivisible was formed in early 2017 following the Trump election, hundreds of Indivisible groups like ours have been fighting to save our democracy from the efforts of those trying to undermine our electoral system. To date, most of Northwest Bronx Indivisible’s democracy focus has been on elections with national impact, but today we[…]

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