Here are some resources you can use to help spread the word about ranked choice voting (RCV) to encourage your friends to vote Yes On 1 on November 5th (or October 26th if you’re voting early)!


Make sure to follow @rankthevotenyc and tag us on your RCV posts so that we can like, share, and comment.

Sample Posts

Spread the word on social media by using these suggested posts. Feel free to edit to add your voice!

  • Mark your calendars: New Yorkers have a chance to reform our outdated voting system by voting #YesOn1 on November 5th (or beginning October 26th if you’re voting early) to bring #RankedChoiceVoting to NYC.

    Important Dates Coming Up:
    10/26 → Early voting begins
    10/29 → Last day to postmark application for absentee ballot
    11/3 → Last day of early voting
    11/4 → Last day to apply for an in-person absentee ballot
    11/5 → Election Day to vote #YesOn1!
  • Let’s @rankthevotenyc! Like many New Yorkers, we’re planning on voting #YesOn1 to reform our outdated voting system by replacing it with one that empowers voters, saves time and money, and ensures that candidates are bringing their best to all communities:  https://rankthevotenyc.org/ #RankedChoiceVoting.
  • Thinking about voting #YesOn1? You’re in good company. Plenty of organizations, elected officials, and leaders are endorsing our campaign to bring #RankedChoiceVoting to NYC! Let’s @rankthevotenyc and bring a more democratic and more fair electoral system to our city: https://rankthevotenyc.org/
  • If we had #RankedChoiceVoting NYC, it would go into effect in primary and special elections by 2021. Help improve our outdated voting system, by voting #YesOn1 on Nov. 5, or beginning Oct. 26 if you’re voting early! Head over to @rankthevotenyc to learn more.
  • We’re one of many organizations that support @rankthevotenyc. Our city needs to improve its electoral system and vote #YesOn1 on Election Day. Yes on 1 will:
    ✅produce majority winners
    ✅mean candidates will have to pay attention to every community
    ✅save taxpayers time and money

    Head over to @rankthevotenyc to learn more about why we need to change how elections are run and won.
  • We’re voting #YesOn1 to bring #RankedChoiceVoting to NYC on November 5. What’s RCV? Well, instead of voting for just 1 candidate, voters can rank their top 5 candidates in our local primary and special elections. If voters still want to vote for just one candidate, they can. Follow our friends at @rankthevotenyc to learn more.


Use these graphics to share on social media to spread the word about YES ON 1.

Facebook & Instagram



Use these template emails to get the word out about Yes On 1 to your email list.

Email #1

Email #2


Use these PDFs to share the facts about RCV.