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Information Related to New York's Nov. 7, 2017 Constitutional Convention Referendum

Blogs on the

November 7, 2017 Referendum

Vote Yes

Galie, Peter and Christopher Bopst, A $300M Error: When a Mistake Became an Alternative Fact to Oppose a Constitutional Convention, Rockefeller Institute Blog, July 11, 2017.

Galie, Peter and Christopher Bopst, Why We Need a Constitutional Convention, The Public, June 28, 2017.

Galie, Peter and Christopher Bopst, Not the “Same Old Same Old Politics as Usual”: Why Insiders Won’t Dominate a Constitutional Convention, Rockefeller Institute Blog, June 16, 2017.

Its Time for Autonomous Regions, http://www.newamsterdamny.org, May 26, 2017.

Spitzer-Rubenstein, Michael, Will New York have a Constitutional Convention?, Shaking News, May 24, 2017.

Galie, Peter and Christopher Bopst, Why New York Needs a Constitutional Convention, Rockefeller Institute Blog, May 24, 2017.

Cheung, Jacklyn, NY Constitutional Convention: A Pathway to End Corruption, Truth Against the Machine, March 19, 2017.

Kaplan, James S., As the 2017 Referendum on the New York State Constitutional Convention Approaches: A Look Back At the Early Accomplishment, True Blue, January 11, 2016.

Vote No

Young, Brian, NY Con Con: 10 Reasons to Vote No, UCOMM Blog, July 7, 2017 (UCOMM stands for Union Communications).

Toth, Jeremy, Against a State Constitutional ConventionThe Public, Jun. 7, 2017. Toth is the former Chief of Staff to Assembly member Sam Hoyt and is currently counsel to Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz.

Norton, Beth, Matters of Interest – Constitutional Amendment By Legislative Referral: How Public Pensions Could Be Affected, Mondaq, April 7, 2017.

Kremerer, Arthur, et al., Patronage, Waste, and Favoritism: A Dark History of Constitutional Conventions, Empire Government Strategies, June 2016. [This is an online pamphlet.]

LaGrangeon, Kris, A Constitutional Common Core Convention?UCOMM Blog, Feb 25, 2016 (UCOMM stands for Union Communications)