Who is Voting No

Hardworking taxpayers all over NY are voting NO on the Constitutional Convention. But they are not alone. Groups and organizations, many who rarely agree on anything, have come together to voice their opposition to a Constitutional Convention.

Their reasons are simple. A Constitutional Convention will cost taxpayers a fortune, lead to more corruption, and be controlled by big money and extreme interests.

The following is just a partial list of the Groups and Organizations who have joined New Yorkers Against Corruption in our grassroots effort to vote NO on a Constitutional Convention.

Adirondack Council

NYS Conservative Party

Council of Churches


Citizen Action New York

Environmental Advocates of New York

Equality New York

New York State AFL-CIO

New York State Alliance for Retired Americans

New York State Professional Fire Fighters

New York State Rifle and Pistol Association

Planned Parenthood Empire States Acts

Right to Life

New York Republican State Committee

Strong Economy for All Coalition

Working Families Party






NYS Public Employees Federation (PEF)


New York Farm Bureau

AFM Local 802

Albany County Central Federation of Labor

Alliance of South Asian American Labor

Alliance of South Asian American Labor - Staten Island Chapter

Bronx GOP

Buffalo Central Labor Council

Buffalo Branch NAACP

Capital District Area Labor Federation

Cattaraugus Allegany Central Labor Council

CBTU NY Chapter

CBTU Region 1

CBTU Rochester Chapter

Central New York Area Labor Federation

Central NY Central Labor Council of Oneida & Herkimer Counties

Chemung County Democratic Party

Chemung Schulery Central Labor Council

Citizens for a Better Southern Tier

City of Corning Democratic Party

Coalition for Economic Justice

Community Voices Heard

CWA District One

CWA Local 1122

CWA Local 1108

CWW Rochester

Dunkirk Central Labor Council

Dutchess County Central Labor Council

Eastern New York Pride @ Work

Elmira City Democratic Party

Equality Long Island

Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island

Food & Water Watch

Greater Southern Tier BOCES Support Staff Association

Greater Syracuse Council on Occupational Safety & Health

Horseheads Teachers' Association

Hudson Catskill Central Labor Council

Hudson Valley Area Labor Federation

Humanists of Long Island

IBEW - Local Union 10

IBEW Local 139

Indivisible Patriots of Long Island

Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing

Jamestown Central Labor Council

Jefferson Lewis & St. Lawrence Counties Central Trades & Labor Council

Kate Mullany CLUW

Labor Religion Coalition

Labor Religion Coalition of the Finger Lakes

LGBT Network

LITAC Long Island Transgender

Local 338 RWDSU/UFCW

Long Island Federation of Labor

Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth (LIGALY)

Long Island Jobs with Justice

Long Island LGBT Community Center

Long Island Progressive Coalition

Long Island Transgender Advocacy Coalition

Make the Road New York

Metro New York A. Philip Randolph Institute

Micah Institute at New York Theological Seminary

Move Forward Long Island

New York City Central Labor Council

New York Committee on Occupational Health and Safety

New York Communities for Change

New York Professional Nurses Union (NYPNU)

New York Progressive Action Network of the Southern Finger Lakes

Niagara Orleans Central Labor Council

North Country Peace Group

Northeast Central Labor Council

NYC & Vicinity District Council of Carpenters

NYC Labor Council for Latin American Advancement

NYS PEF Retirees

NYSUT Local #11-226

Port Authority PBA

Pride at Work - NYC/LI

Pride at Work - Rochester/Finger Lakes

Professional Staff Congress

Progressive East End Reformers

Queens LGBT Community Center (QCenter)

Rochester & Genesee Valley Area Labor Federation

Rochester & Vicinity Labor Council

Rochester Metro Justice

Rochester Next Up

Rockland County Central Labor Council


Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders-Long Island (SAGE-LI)

Staten Island Republican Party

Steuben Livingston Central Labor Council

Suffolk Child Care Council

Teamsters Joint Council 16

Teamsters Local 814

Tioga County Republican Party

Tri-County Central Labor Council

TWU Local 100

TWU NY/NJ State Conference

UAW Local 2110

UAW Region 9A New York Area CAP Council

UFCW Local 1500

United Steelworkers District 4

Upper Hudson Central Labor Council


Westchester Putnam Central Labor Body

Western New York Area Labor Federation

Writers Guild of America, East

Yonkers PBA

Citizens Campaign for the Environment

United University Professions

Police Conference of New York Inc

New York Progressive Action Network, Lower Hudson Valley

Uniformed Firefighters Association

ALIGN: The Alliance for Greater New York

New York Immigration Coalition

Greater New York Labor Religion Coalition

Rural and Migrant Ministry

Worker Justice Center of NY, Inc.

SEIU Local 200

Labor Council for Latin American Advancement

Emerging Leaders 100

New York Chapter of Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance

National Institute for Reproductive Health Action Fund

Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter


The School Administrators Association of New York State (SAANYS)

Capital District Labor Council for Latin American Advancement

Transport Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO

Dutchess County Progressive Action Alliance

Nassau County PBA

Hardworking NY families are voting NO on a Constitutional Convention.
Here are just some of the reasons.

Could mean less funding for public schools.

Could be hijacked by extremist groups who won't protect our environment.

Could empower the same politicians who've already taken advantage of us.