504 Democratic Club Endorsements
View the list of candidates running in this fall's New York City elections endorsed by the 504 Democratic Club
NY Democratic Primary Election Results
View the results of the September 12, 2006 Democratic Primary election from
Screening Panel Report
View the report on the Democratic candidates in this fall's New York City elections from the interviews and candidate forums held by the 504 Democratic Club.
NOTE: All questionnaire links open in a new browser window for print output
Responses to our questionnaires can be read at our
Questionnaires for the candidates running for the office of:
Surveys for Primary Day September 12, 2006
You can use one of these surveys if you're heading to the polls and that you consider activating your volunteers and fellow staffers to do the survey as well.
Each voter will only do one of the surveys. Only those voting (you need to be enrolled in a party with a primary) can participate. The surveys are straightforward and designed to be easy to understand.
The first survey is for the majority of voters who will be showing up at their usual polling site and voting on the old lever machines. [Link opens in a new window; You need to download the Adobe Reader to view this document in PDF format] Please note that the attached version should be used, not an earlier one.
The second survey is for those voters who choose to vote on the new Ballot Markers being introduced at centralized locations in each county and borough of the state. [Link opens in a new window; You need to download the Adobe Reader to view this document in PDF format] In most parts of the state that means at the county or borough Board of Elections office from which you are registered.
The surveys aren't complex, and are easy to use. You just note down your own experiences at the polls when you go to vote - you won't be surveying other voters. The surveys will also allow [the people at ElectionWatch and NYPIRG] to follow-up in detail with individual voters who report problems. The information that the surveys provide will be valuable...noting what's working and perhaps, what's not. We'll use that info in advocacy efforts to see if we need to focus more on certain problems for the General Election.
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