Vote WFP Today!

It all comes down to this. The polls are open across New York. Maybe it goes without saying at this point, but please make sure you vote on the Working Families Party ballot line today.

Vote Obama on the Working Families Party ballot line!

The Working Families Party is proud to support President Obama and Senator Gillibrand for reelection. For a list of all the rest of our endorsed candidates, click here.

When and where:
The polls are open until 9pm. If you’re not sure where to vote, you can find your poll site here.

Hurricane Sandy information:
All New Yorkers who were displaced by Hurricane Sandy can vote at any polling place in the state — but if you’re voting outside your home district for Congress, State Senate, Assembly, or local offices, you won’t be able to vote for those offices.

Voter ID?
First-time voters may be asked for ID. That can include a valid photo ID or a utility bill, bank statement, or pay stub that has your name and address on it. If you’ve voted in New York before, you won’t need an ID.

Spread the word:
After you vote, please let your friends and family know that you voted on the Working Families Party ballot line, and tell them they should, too! And share our photos on Facebook to let people know why you vote Working Families. The more people who vote on the Working Families Party ballot line, the more pressure we can put on elected officials.

Connect with us:
For updates, news and information throughout the day, follow @WorkingFamilies on Twitter and Like us on Facebook!

Feel free to send us your voting stories and pictures. We’d love to hear from you.

Thanks for your support through another incredible election year.



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