William Biamonte, the Democratic election commissioner at the Nassau County Board of Elections, acknowledged that this year, in the aftermath of the hurricane and with an eleventh hour executive order from Governor Andrew Cuomo that allowed people to vote outside their district, it was a "Murphy's Law on steroids" situation. But New York lawyers helped would-be voters overcome obstacles.
Pro Bono Scrambles to Secure Right to Vote of Patients on a 'Wild and Crazy' Election Day
New York Law Journal
November 8, 2012
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