Visualizing a Progressive Strategy for NY State

Like a lot of people, since the last presidential election I've gotten more involved in politics. Recently, at the True Blue Summit I helped grassroots New York State progressive leaders visualize their progressive strategy for New York, which has a woefully unrepresentative state government. The visual above synthesizes a conversation with Arthur Schwartz, Susan Kang, and Josue Pierre. They agreed that focusing on hyperlocal issues, contesting every office, and focusing on economic issues are the path  to getting a progressive foothold to better represent New York to reflect the will of it's voters, who are about 70% registered Democrats.