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July 18th Breakfast with NYS Assemblyman David Buchwald

New York’s New Election Laws – What Voters and the Nonprofits Who Help Them Need to Know.
NYS Assemblyman David Buchwald will discuss changes to the New York State election laws and how these changes impact voters and nonprofits who assist them. He will also provide an Albany update.
Registration and Networking: 8:30 AM, Program: 9 AM – 10:30 AM
Please Note: Online registration is restricted to current NPW members. If you are a non-member and would like to register as our guest, please contact Suzanne Gardos.
Brought to you by the NPW Public Policy committee.

https://npwestchester.org/event-3471159 – Register Here

 

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