Public Meeting Notice for June 17: NYC Campaign Finance Board Will Vote on Public Funds


The NYC Campaign Finance Board (CFB) holds its next public meeting on Thursday, June 17, at 10:00 AM.

The CFB will vote on public matching funds payments to candidates in the 2021 primary elections. The payments will be based on the campaign disclosure reports filed on or before June 11. To date, the CFB has approved $95,729,574 to candidates in the 2021 elections.

A full meeting agenda will be available prior to the meeting's start. The CFB is holding all public meetings remotely at this time. Members of the public may join the meeting online.

There are 427 active candidates participating in the campaign finance program. More than 93 percent of all the individual contributions raised are less than $250 and more than 71 percent are from New York City residents. The CFB's interactive contribution map helps voters see where candidates are raising money within New York City.

To qualify for public funds, candidates must meet fundraising thresholds demonstrating support from within their communities. The eligibility thresholds encourage candidates to raise small contributions from voters living within the city.

Sign language interpretation and other accessibility accommodations are available for both meetings. Please email by the close of business today, Tuesday, June 15, if you plan to attend and require sign language interpretation or other accessibility accommodations.