Voter Guide

New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms

New Yorker's for Constitutional Freedom
New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms (NYCF) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. NYCF is a statewide, issues-oriented, political lobbying organization.

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New Yorker's Family Research Foundation

New Yorker's Family Research Foundation
New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. NYFRF educates, encourages, and equips Christians for effective participation in New York State government.

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NYCFPAC

New Yorker's for Constitutional Freedom PAC
NYCFPAC is affiliated with New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms. Its mission is to elect pro-life, pro-family, and pro-freedom candidates to political office in the state of New York.

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CitizenLink

Citizen Link
NYCF enjoys an autonomous association with CitizenLink. CitizenLink is a family advocacy organization that inspires men and women to live out biblical citizenship that transforms culture.

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voting2Welcome to New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation’s 2014 Congressional Voter Guide. The purpose of the Voter Guide is to provide voters, regardless of political affiliation, with up-to-date, accurate, and balanced information on the candidates’ positions on a wide range of significant issues. Primary elections will be held on Tuesday, June 24. Elections for all 27 seats in New York’s congressional delegation will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

The Voter Guide provides a snapshot of the candidates’ positions, as evidenced by candidates’ own statements and public comments, campaign web sites, and voting records.

Primaries in New York are closed primaries. This means that only members of a party are eligible to vote in their party’s primary. If you are not registered to vote in a particular party you will not be able to vote in that party’s primary elections. Not every district or party will have a primary on Tuesday, June 24.

New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that does not endorse political parties or candidates. Thus, none of the information contained within the Voter Guide should be construed as encouraging support for, or opposition to, any party or candidate. Our Voter Guides are 501(c)(3) compliant, meaning that churches can freely distribute these nonpartisan Voter Guides in Sunday services. They are available in PDF format so the appropriate Voter Guide can also be sent via e-mail to your congregation or organization e-mail lists.

We hope that you find the Voter Guide helpful, and we invite you to bookmark it and share it with others.

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1Use this New York State Board of Elections link to identify your party affiliation, congressional district number and polling place.
FIND YOUR VOTING INFORMATION »
2Download the appropriate Voter Guide document
to the right.
3Share it with others via your Facebook page, Twitter feed, other social media opportunities or email lists.
4Don’t forget to vote on Tuesday, June 24!
★  ★  ★  ★  ★  DEMOCRAT  ★  ★  ★  ★  ★
★  ★  ★  ★  ★  INDEPENDENCE  ★  ★  ★  ★  ★
★  ★  ★  ★  ★   REPUBLICAN  ★  ★  ★  ★  ★

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