Bills Pending New York Assembly Election Law Committee

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NYS00093EngrossSets forth the means of the disposition of campaign funds upon the conviction of a felony of a candidate, former candidate or holder of elective office.
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2019-06-20
To Assembly Election Law Committee
NYS06036EngrossDirects the state board of elections to study and evaluate the use of blockchain technology to protect voter records and election results.
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2019-06-19
To Assembly Election Law Committee
NYS01833EngrossRequires boards of elections and bipartisan committees to hand count ballots during recanvass of any ballots cast in election for a position where the difference between the candidates is 10 or less votes, or .5% of the ballots cast for such position...
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2019-06-18
To Assembly Election Law Committee
NYS05188EngrossProhibits the making of any change, alteration or modification to any entrance to or exit from a polling place unless such change, alteration or modification is necessary to maintain public safety due to the occurrence of an emergency, and requires t...
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2019-06-18
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NYS04866EngrossRequires the board of elections to provide email notifications to voters whenever they change the location of a polling place.
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2019-06-18
To Assembly Election Law Committee
NYA07834IntroProhibits the use of campaign funds to pay any settlement fees, fines or penalties for sexual harassment civil or criminal actions.
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2019-06-17
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NYA06075IntroRequires the board of elections in cities with a population of one million or more to provide at least one interpreter for all languages that are designated city-wide languages at poll sites that contain an election district with at least fifty votin...
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2019-06-17
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NYA08357IntroRelates to increasing fines and penalties for certain violations; requires refund of certain illegal contributions.
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2019-06-15
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NYA08370IntroEnacts the "NYC instant run-off voting act"; requires an instant run-off in any municipal election in New York City; provides that if one candidate for any municipal office receives a majority of first preferences, such candidate is elected; provides...
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2019-06-15
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NYA08377IntroRequires boards of elections and bipartisan committees to hand count ballots during recanvass of any ballots cast in election for a position where the difference between the candidates is 10 or less votes, or .5% of the ballots cast for such position...
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2019-06-15
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NYS03447EngrossProvides that absentee ballots for all elections shall be made available in Braille and large print, upon request of a blind or visually impaired voter no less than 30 days prior to each election day.
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2019-06-12
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NYS02201EngrossAllows a U.S. citizen, who is seventeen years of age, to vote in a primary election, including presidential, if he or she will turn eighteen by the date of the corresponding general election.
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2019-06-12
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NYA07972IntroMakes the suppression of voters a civil violation.
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2019-06-12
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NYA08257IntroProhibits the making of any change, alteration or modification to any entrance to or exit from a polling place unless such change, alteration or modification is necessary to maintain public safety due to the occurrence of an emergency, and requires t...
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2019-06-11
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NYA07488IntroRelates to obtaining written consent from candidates for certain county committees; requires written acceptance, duly acknowledged, from such candidates to be so designated to be filed within ten days of designating petitions for certain committee ca...
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2019-06-10
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NYA03334IntroProvides protections against illegal voter purging.
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2019-06-10
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NYA08205IntroRelates to declining party nominations after primary elections; provides that a certificate to fill a vacancy by declination shall be filed not later than twenty days after such declination has been filed.
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2019-06-07
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NYS05462EngrossRelates to declining party nominations after primary elections; provides that a certificate to fill a vacancy by declination shall be filed not later than twenty days after such declination has been filed.
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2019-06-05
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NYA03304IntroRequires the counting of an affidavit ballot of an eligible voter if such voter appeared at a polling place in the correct county but in the incorrect election district; provides that such vote shall not be cast and canvassed for such contests for wh...
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2019-06-04
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NYS00496EngrossProvides voters with a warning about New York's closed primary system on voter registration forms.
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2019-06-03
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NYS02311EngrossReduces the time for mailing and receipt of registration application to constitutional minimum.
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2019-06-03
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NYA08073IntroEstablishes a ranked choice voting method for certain local elections; provides for repeal of such provisions.
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2019-05-31
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NYA07930IntroPermits persons registered to vote, but not enrolled in a party, to vote in the presidential primary; defines "undeclared voter".
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2019-05-28
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NYA07836IntroRelates to required voting time for an employee without sufficient time to vote outside of working hours.
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2019-05-24
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NYA07837IntroRelates to time allowed for employees of schools to vote; provides that such employees shall only be eligible for time off to vote if the employee does not have 4 consecutive non-working hours either before the polls open or before the polls close.
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2019-05-24
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NYA05642IntroEnacts the "corporate political activity accountability to shareholders act"; requires that corporate contributions to a political candidate or party committee or in support or opposition to a candidate or ballot referendum be approved by a majority ...
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2019-05-22
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NYA07684IntroProvides for the state board of elections to undertake a study of the feasibility for voting by mail, telephone and/or the internet; authorizes a pilot program for such voting during the study; requires a report to the governor and legislature.
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2019-05-16
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NYS00257EngrossRelates to authorizing registration records of victims of sexual violence to be kept confidential in certain cases.
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2019-05-14
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NYA07617IntroRelates to authorizing registration records of victims of sexual violence to be kept confidential in certain cases.
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2019-05-14
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NYA07554IntroExempts public school buildings with instructional space from being designated as early polling locations; allows school districts to decline school building designations as early polling locations.
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2019-05-09
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NYA07505IntroDecreases the hours from three to two for time allowed for employees to vote; provides that if an employee has four consecutive hours either between the opening of the polls and the beginning of his or her working shift, or between the end of his or ...
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2019-05-08
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NYA06060IntroRequires the fair campaign code to require campaign literature and other mass media identify the person, political party or committee authorizing such material.
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2019-05-02
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NYA07410IntroEstablishes no polling place shall be located on the premises of any public or private elementary or secondary school or a school for preschool children.
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2019-05-01
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NYA07387IntroCreates a pilot program to provide for an instant runoff voting method to be used in up to ten local governments, selected by the state board of elections, in election years 2022 and 2023; requires report to state legislature.
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2019-04-29
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NYA07348IntroEnacts the "New York automatic voter registration act of 2019" to streamline the process for registering to vote.
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2019-04-25
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NYA01248IntroConcerns the application of the legislature of the state of New York petitioning the Congress of the United States of America to call a national constitutional convention to propose amendments in order to address concerns raised by the decision of th...
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2019-04-25
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NYA07192IntroRequires the board of elections or a bipartisan committee appointed by such board to conduct a risk-limiting audit of voter verifiable audit records from voting machines or systems within the jurisdiction of such board.
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2019-04-11
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NYA07155IntroEliminates run-off elections in primaries; provides that the person who receives the highest percentage of the total votes cast at the primary shall be deemed the winner of the primary.
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2019-04-10
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NYA03288IntroProvides for automatic voter registration when registering a motor vehicle as well as when applying for services or assistance through a state agency, and allows for later implementation of automatic voter registration at other state agencies in the ...
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2019-04-08
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NYA07111IntroRelates to providing translators at certain polling place locations.
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2019-04-08
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NYA07091IntroRelates to the right to vote for an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States.
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2019-04-05
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NYA07085IntroPermits voter registration within 10 days of a primary, general, or special election.
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2019-04-05
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NYA07087IntroPermits party enrollment and change of party enrollment within 10 days of a primary, general, or special election.
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2019-04-05
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NYA07072IntroRelates to the appointment of election inspectors and poll clerks; provides that each board of elections submit a report detailing assignments of election inspectors and poll clerks; provides that each board of elections be required to fill vacancies...
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2019-04-04
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NYA07073IntroRequires the preparation of reports on assignments of election inspectors and poll clerks.
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2019-04-04
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NYA03339IntroLowers the voting age to 16 years and requires that students receive education in civics and be given the opportunity to register to vote in the classroom.
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2019-04-02
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NYA04493IntroRequires the disclosure of tax returns by candidates for president and vice president.
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2019-04-02
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NYA06713IntroRequires a new party to file a certificate following the election at which the party obtains party status.
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2019-03-15
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NYA06585IntroProhibits certain state and prospective state contractors to contribute to the campaigns and committees of statewide officials, including any candidate for governor, attorney general and comptroller, for a period of time; requires written notice of p...
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2019-03-12
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NYA06541IntroOrders the names on ballots for special elections in the same manner as ordered for general and primary elections.
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2019-03-11
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