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[…]
The Northwest Bronx Indivisible Democracy Project thanks the dozens of participants who wrote postcards and letters in support of the Virginia Get Out the Vote effort. Through our combined efforts, we sent out 3,500 postcards and several hundred letters urging registered Democrats in Virginia to vote in yesterday’s statewide election. Tuesday’s Virginia election results are[…]
On November 2nd New Yorkers will vote to elect city-wide, Bronx, and local officials. In addition, we will have an opportunity to vote to pass or defeat five ballot proposals on amendments to the New York State Constitution! The New York State Assembly and Senate voted to send five constitutional amendments to voters for the[…]
The Steering Committee of Northwest Bronx Indivisible, on behalf of our members and friends, extends its congratulations to Councilmember Eric Dinowitz and looks forward to engaging and working with him this year on the many critical issues facing our district’s residents and all New Yorkers. We further thank all of the candidates who participated in[…]
AN UNUSUAL SITUATION – OVERLAPS FOR THE MARCH 23RD SPECIAL AND JUNE 22 PRIMARY ELECTIONS FOR BRONX COUNCIL DISTRICT 11 For Bronx City Council District 11 residents, two election calendars for the City Council seat are overlapping! Let’s look at why that is happening, and clear any confusion. There is a special election underway now[…]
If you missed our Candidate Forum for the District 11 special election for City Council, please watch the video below. WATCH!
Because Council Member Andrew Cohen was elected to the Bronx Supreme Court and resigned as of 12/31/20, there will be a special election for City Council in our district (District 11) on March 23. How the New York City Council Impacts our Lives The City Council has four main functions: Making and passing laws that[…]
To Vote in the 2020 Election, you have three options for casting your ballot. Review the steps below to plan the best approach for you and your family. We recommend making a concrete plan for voting to ensure that your voice is heard. Also please consider becoming a paid poll worker. Many senior citizens, who[…]
On Sunday October 4th from 4:30 to 6:00 join Northwest Bronx Indivisible to learn. how YVote is unleashing the Youth Wave in the Bronx to transform the political landscape and shape the vital issues of our time. Sign up to attend via Zoom here.