Amber Sexton Thanks for the question! Voting reform will not happen without a constitutional convention. In a working democracy, voting bills could and should become law without a Constitutional Convention but in New York anything that increases voter participation rates potentially threatens the incumbency of elected officials and their donors. For example, #18 the Voter Empowerment Act, was first passed by the Assembly in 2009, introduced in the Senate in 2010, and again in 2013 and 2015, each year failing to get to a floor vote.

Candidate for NYC Mayor. Reform activist. Technology innovator. Writer, thinker, strategist, photographer. Opinions are my own.

Candidate for NYC Mayor. Reform activist. Technology innovator. Writer, thinker, strategist, photographer. Opinions are my own.

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