Murals across Brooklyn and Manhattan encourage New Yorkers to vote in April primary

NYC Votes, an initiative of the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB), has installed six murals across Brooklyn and Manhattan to encourage New Yorkers to get out and vote in the upcoming April presidential primary election.

The murals, which feature bright and playful designs with bodega cats and pizza rats as well as a VOTE graphic in American Sign Language, are part of a citywide voter engagement campaign by the CFB — an independent city agency working to boost voter participation and ensure fairness, openness and inclusivity in local elections.