Northwest Bronx
for Change

Concerned Citizens for Change is a grassroots organization working to advance progressive issues at the city, state and federal levels.  
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Our membership has grown to include folks from lower Westchester, upper Manhattan and other parts of the Bronx so we recently changed​ our name from--
 
Northwest Bronx
For
Change

to--

CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR CHANGE

A grassroots organization working to advance progressive politics

America is at a crossroads. Will we be a nation Of the people, By the people and For the people, or a nation where, We the People, merely exist to serve the super rich, huge corporations and Wall Street?  

What FDR called organized money is constantly at work trying to get government, at all levels, to advance its interests. Often, this means great harm to the majority of our citizens. Examples abound: the lack of regulations which allowed the sketchy financial practices that led to the Great Recession; the manufacture and sale of products that threaten our health and even our lives; tax loopholes which shift the elite’s share of the cost of government on to the rest of us; promoting climate change for profit. The list goes on and on. But we have a choice!  We can pay attention to what our politicians are doing and act to get them to really represent us and protect our interests.  

Despite Trimp if ordinary folks get informed and get involved, then, We the People, will achieve progressive change on: Income Inequality–Racism--Jobs–-Climate Change And The Environment--Wall Street, The Banks And Giant Corporations—Immigration—Peace—Education—Ending The Grip That Organized Money Has On Our Political Government, And More.  

Join us today to help bring progressive change at the city, state and federal level. 
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It Will Be On Your Ballot When You Vote In November--





















Should New York Hold A

Constitutional Convention?



Some People Say It’s A Great Idea. Vote “YES.”

Some People Say It’s A Terrible Idea. Vote “NO.”


We’re Having A Debate.
Hear From Strong Advocates With Opposing Views.
Find Out What It Is All About.
Then Make Up Your Own Mind.


Vote “Yes”--Arthur Schwartz
Principal Attorney Advocates for Justice Chartered Attorneys, Treasurer - NY Progressive Action Network, Democratic District Leader - Greenwich Village

Vote “No”—Tom O’Malley
Legislative Coordinator--CWA Local 1180


Date: Tuesday September 26, 2017
Time: 6:30 PM
Place: Manhattan College—Kelly Hall- Room 5B (just uphill from the intersection of W. 240th Street & Irwin Avenue)


Sponsored by the Manhattan College Government Department
& Concerned Citizens For Change  


We Are Part Of The Resistance




The New York Progressive Action Network (NYPAN) is a statewide coalition which grew out of the grassroots effort for Bernie Sanders in our state. It is dedicated to advancing the progressive goals that the Sanders campaign was based on. Concerned Citizens For Change is proud to have been accepted as a chapter of that coalition. You can view their website by clicking on their icon below.
Our Revolution is the national group which grew out of the Bernie Sanders campaign. Concerned Citizens For Change signed up as one of their local groups. You can view their website by clicking on their icon below.


WARNING

Deadline--October 13, 2017

Most parts of New York State are dominated by either the Democratic Party or the Republican Party. The candidate who wins the nomination in their party primary almost inevitably goes on to win in that area in the general election.

In New York the deadline to change party registration, or to register in a party if you never reistered in one, comes way, way in advance of the primary elections. Believe it or not, the deadline for voting in the 2018 party primaries for Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller as well as both houses of the New York State Legislature is October 13, 2017.

If you are not enrolled in a party, you can use these links to download the form you need to register again and declare a party so you will be able to vote in that party's primaries. Download the form. Fill it out. Mail it in.


Registration Form--English

Don't Delay!! Do It Today!!

Registration Form--Spanish
  1. REGISTER TO VOTE---
    Now
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    Many parts of New York State are dominated by either the Democratic party or the Republican party For New York State residents, please visit the Board of Elections web page for information on

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