Why Vote on the Working Families Party Line in 2020?
Voters in New York may see their preferred candidates’ name on two or more lines on their ballots. What does this mean? And why should voters mark the box for their candidate on the Working Families Party or WFP line? HMM correspondent Corinne Carey talks to Jess Wisneski of Citizen Action of New York, one of the founding organizations in the coalition that formed the WFP in 1998 about what’s at stake for the party this year when voters make their choices at the polls.