Meanwhile, the Working Families Party has gotten involved -- their new website is called www.ItsOurDecision.
Here's a piece on the NY Times blog about the WFP involvement -- with a quote from Dan Cantor, the head of the party:
“This is not necessarily about where you stand on term limits or whether or not you think that Mike Bloomberg has been a good mayor. This about the rules of the game. And you don’t get to change them at the end of the fourth quarter just because your team wants to keep playing....The media and business elite in New York seem to not be willing to hear the voices of regular people," Mr. Cantor said, accusing the publishers — Mortimer B. Zuckerman, of The Daily News; Rupert Murdoch, of the New York Post; and Arthur Sulzberger Jr., of The New York Times – of trying to create “a 21st century Tammany Hall.”
And see this article from today's metro, showing that many members of the NYC Council are wavering, after receiving lots of phone calls from their constituents.
Make your voice heard; call your Councilmember; that is unless you want to leave it up to the Billionaires to decide.