January 29, 2019 •
New York Enacts Election Reform
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed three bills relating to elections and campaign finance on January 24.
Assembly Bill 776 requires limited liability companies making expenditures for a political purpose to file with the State Board of Elections the identity of all direct and indirect owners of the membership interests and the proportion of ownership in the LLC.
Assembly Bill 779 creates a consolidated statewide primary election date and changes the protocol for calling a special election.
Senate Bill 1102 enacts early voting in the state.
Assembly Bill 779 and Senate Bill 1102 are effective immediately, and Assembly Bill 776 is effective January 31.
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