The Rev. Al Sharpton, Hazel Dukes, the Rev. Al Cockfield and various leaders across New York City and State’s civil rights community gathered at the House of Justice in Harlem for the kickoff of Show Up, Turn Out (SUTO).
SUTO is a new 501c4 focused on encouraging voters who participated in the 2020 presidential election to vote in future elections and in the upcoming June 22 New York City primary elections particularly.
SUTO also provides voters with accessible information surrounding current election concerns including ranked-choice voting and how to access their absentee ballot. The launch also featured a PSA video to let voters know what’s at stake if they don’t show up and turn out at the polls.