Jobs for New York

What we do.

Who is Jobs for New York and what do they stand for?

About.

Who is Jobs for New York
and what do they stand for?

Introduction
Jobs For New York is an independent expenditure committee dedicated to supporting City Council candidates who are committed to creating good jobs, affordable housing and strengthening the middle class. The campaign is being spearheaded by members of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and will be advised by a coalition of organized labor officials, including the Mason Tenders District Council of Greater New York, UFCW Local 1500 and the New York City District Council of Carpenters. This effort seeks to educate and empower New Yorkers by encouraging them to participate in the 2013 elections and make their voices heard through their votes. In so doing, the IE seeks to boost voter turnout at the polls and elect a City Council that is dedicated to creating a New York economy that benefits all.

Mission

Jobs For New York is an Independent Expenditure committed to addressing New York City's most pressing needs: keeping New York affordable and creating jobs while fostering a business climate that promotes opportunities for those aspiring to join the middle class. This effort seeks to empower New Yorkers by encouraging them to participate in the 2013 elections and make their voices heard through their votes. In so doing, the IE will seek record turnout at the polls and elect a City Council that is dedicated to creating a New York economy that benefits all.



Voting Resources.

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A nonpartisan, independent city agency that enhances the role of New York City residents in elections. The CFB's mission is to increase voter participation and awareness, provide campaign finance information to the public, enable more citizens to run for office, strengthen the role of small contributors, and reduce the potential for actual or perceived corruption.



An administrative body of ten Commissioners, two from each borough, who, with the help of a bipartisan staff, oversee the activities that make voting possible and accessible to every resident of New York City.



A bipartisan agency vested with the responsibility for administration and enforcement of all laws relating to elections in New York State. The Board is also responsible for regulating disclosure and limitations of a Fair Campaign Code intended to govern campaign practices. The board is charged with the preservation of citizen confidence in the democratic process and enhancement in voter participation in elections.

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