Corrupt Democrats lost. Democracy won. New York will have a Democratic presidential primary.

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Tuesday, May 19, 2020. New York City – Today, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals agreed with judge Torres who ruled that New York must have the Democratic presidential primary on June 23, 2020.

Bernie Sanders supporters and people that support Medicare For All, can vote for Bernie Sanders. Millions of Democrat voters in New York state can vote at their local polling place, as well by an absentee ballot.

You must register as a Democrat to vote for Bernie Sanders. Check your current registration status online here: More info about voting for Bernie in New York state:

The Democratic Party still does not have a nominee. Bernie Sanders is still on the ballot in many states. Bernie suspended his campaign, he did not terminated it.

Click the link for the list of states:

“I will stay on the ballot in all remaining states and continue to gather delegates. While Vice President Biden will be the nominee, we should still work to assemble as many delegates as possible at the Democratic convention where we will be able to exert significant influence over the party platform and other functions.”_ Bernie Sanders

New York governor Andrew Cuomo, a centrist corrupt Democrat, cancelled the Democratic presidential primary. The Democratic presidential primary was originally scheduled for April 28, 2020, but due to COVID-19, Cuomo postponed the primary to June 23, 2020 and then he cancelled it. He was the only governor in the country that cancelled the primary. What Cuomo did was unconstitutional.

Following a lawsuit by former candidate Andrew Yang and Bernie Sanders supporters, on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, federal judge Analisa Torres ordered New York to reinstate its June 23 presidential primary.

Corrupt centrist Democrat Letitia James, the New York Attorney General, appealed judge Torres decision.

Today, corrupt centrist Democrats Andrew Cuomo, Letitia James, and other corrupt centrist Democrats lost in court for a second time. By not having an election, centrist Democrats were rigging the democratic presidential primary. Thanks to the judges, voters and democracy won.

Under the Governor’s Executive Order 202.15
“To prevent the community spread of COVID-19, all registered voters may apply for an Absentee Ballot to vote in the upcomingJune 23, 2020 elections.
If you are affected by COVID-19, please check the box for “Temporary Illness” on the application. The definition has been temporarily expanded to include those affected by COVID-19 and/or the potential of contracting the virus.
This website can be used only by registered New York City voters to apply for an Absentee Ballot for the June 23, 2020 Elections.”

People in New York City, get an Absentee Ballot:

According to, “Pursuant to Executive Order 202.15 issued April 9, 2020, voters may request and vote via an absentee ballot for any election held on or before June 23, 2020 due to the potential to contract the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). To request an absentee ballot, voters may fill out an absentee ballot application and check “temporary illness or physical disability” as the reason they are requesting an absentee ballot.”

Bernie Sanders 2020 Campaign Manager Faiz Shakir issued the following statement on Tuesday after the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a District Court ruling reinstating New York state’s presidential primary:

“The 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals today confirmed what we knew: the State of New York acted illegally in trying to cancel the Democratic Presidential primary. With today’s decision, which affirmed the District Court’s recent ruling, we expect New York to work to make voting safe, rather than wasting taxpayer money trying to disenfranchise New York voters. This ruling is a victory for democracy. Congratulations to Andrew Yang, his delegates, and our delegates for standing up to this abuse of power.”

Centrist Democrats said due to the coronavirus pandemic they wanted to limit voters gathering at polling places. But New York state will hold congressional and state primaries, as well as special elections on the same day of the Democratic presidential primary, on June 23, 2020. It was clear centrist Democrats were lying. Judges did not believe them.

Centrist Democrats will not to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. If they appeal, they will lose for a third time.

“We applaud the court’s decision to protect every New Yorker’s right to vote in the Presidential primary. By voting for Bernie Sanders and sending his delegates to the convention, progressive voters can have a voice in shaping the Democratic Party platform that we need in this moment. If the Democratic Party is going to defeat Donald Trump and mobilize its base — many of whose lives have been upended by the COVID-19 crisis — it needs to put forward a platform that matches the scale of the crisis, and transforms our country for the better,” said Working Families Party State Director Sochie Nnaemeka.

“This morning the Second Circuit affirmed that the ALL June primaries will go forward, affirming the great opinion by Judge Torres that I wrote about here.
You can’t just say “pandemic” and give away unconstrained power to change ballot rules. Good,” said Fordham University law professor Zephyr Teachout on Twitter.

“Three-judge panel of the US Circuit Court of Appeals affirms ruling that New York’s June 23 presidential primary should go forward. Kudos to @AndrewYang for pressing this pro-democracy fight, and to voting rights advocates and to @BernieSanders and his backers for amplifying it,” said John Nichols.

Saturday, October 19, 2019. Queens, New York City - Bernie Sanders had a rally in Queens today. Almost 26 thousand people attended the event. Photo by Javier Soriano/
Saturday, October 19, 2019. Queens, New York City – Bernie Sanders had a rally in Queens today. Almost 26 thousand people attended the event.
Photo by Javier Soriano/

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