I agree completely. I’d love to do an interview, but I really don’t have time! My day is typically pretty hectic. My work in real estate is mostly a face-to-face relationship business, but lately I’ve started getting into video and podcasting. As soon as my work is over, I need to catch up on filming/interviewing, editing and editing again! I can’t stress enough how crucial early voting is in New York City for races other than mayoral, and how much I’d love to see more black leadership in NYC. (Black representation in NYC could just be the start, we all know it would be great to see more diversity in City government more broadly.) So I would really appreciate my readership in encouraging their readers to try their hand at voting early or even to find a polling place in their neighborhood. I’d love to see a community movement formed and encouraged to that goal. I’m gonna go out of my way to vote tomorrow!
In case you missed it, Inside Philanthropy spoke with Philanthropy 360’s own Eric Anderson about the big election we’re going to see tomorrow. Politics correspondent Sasha Frolov reported from New York City that starting today, New Yorkers who live in the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx may be eligible to vote for citywide candidates, according to the New York City Board of Elections. “Online registration is also being taken over today, so there’s a good chance that voting will be open by the early morning hours,” she told the business website earlier today. We’ve also got four things to check out before you cast your vote today.