What do you want to know about the upcoming election in NYC?
Join THE CITY for the Civic Newsroom, a wide-ranging effort to better understand what New Yorkers need and want to know as the city enters a crucial election season.
We’ll kick off the next round of virtual meetings in Brownsville on April 14 at 6 p.m. We’ll also have neighborhood-specific virtual meetings in Mott Haven (Bronx) and Flushing (Queens), and a city-wide meeting.
During the first round of meetings we talked about who has power in our neighborhoods. Now, we want to hear from you about what you want your elected officials to pay attention to in your neighborhood.
Once you sign up, we’ll send you the Zoom link to the Civic Newsroom the day of the event. If you have any questions, you can email us at [email protected].
The Civic Newsroom is a project from THE CITY to better understand what information voters need ahead of the upcoming local elections. In addition to a series of virtual meetings, the Civic Newsroom will use stories, newsletters and explainers to encourage and inform more New Yorkers to participate in the electoral process.