Conservative Party tells voters to flip over their ballots
Leaders say important proposals printed on other side
New Yorkers entering the voting booth on Election Day should be sure to turn the ballot over after making their selections for mayor, City Council and other public offices, Conservative Party leaders are urging.
New York State Conservative Party Chairman Mike Long and his members have embarked on an education effort to remind voters to turn over the election ballot to see the statewide ballot propositions listed on the back of the ballot.
Long held a meeting of the party’s State Executive Committee on Sept. 13, the day after the primary, to discuss propositions that voters will be asked to vote for or against on Election Day, Nov. 7.
The party has a strong connection to Brooklyn. Long lives in Bay Ridge and the New York State Conservative Party’s headquarters are also located in Bay Ridge.