The events on January 6, 2021 did not disrupt our nation’s ability to conduct free and fair elections.
As we enter another election year it is important to remember that there was no evidence of widespread fraud during the 2020 election and election security experts agree it was the most secure in modern history.
In 2022 the stakes are high. Nonpartisan evidence-based, post-election audits that demonstrate how we know the winner won and the loser lost are more important than ever. We must all be committed to truth, accuracy and keeping our elections secure.
Relevant to the November elections, Governor Hochul signed a bill on January 21 stating that New Yorkers can choose to vote by absentee ballot at polling sites through the rest of 2022 because of COVID.