The VID is wrapping up it’s petitioning for Congressmembers Jerrold Nadler and Carolyn Maloney. It’s easy, the people are great, and you’ll be doing your part to ensure the democratic process works the way it’s supposed to. We’re hitting the streets this Saturday and the more people who step up, the more quickly we can wrap up.
Details: Saturday, March 31- Petitioning for:
The coordinators will have clip boards and petitions. You can also pick up clip boards and petitions at the VID (26 Perry St.-lower level) if you want to petition on your own (your building, supermarket, friends). The VID Club House is open during the following times:
When: This Saturday! March 3rd (Petitioning Starts March 6th)
Time: 10am – 12pm Noon
Where: VID HQ 26 Perry St, Basement Level
Check out our new CALENDAR page to see dates and times you can pick up petitions.
For Further Contact
Tony Hoffmann – Tonyhoffmann26@gmail.com
Laurie Hardjowirogo – Laurieh2ster@gmail.com
Erik Bottcher – firstname.lastname@example.org
VID President Erik Coler – ErikColer@gmail.com
VID Endorses Gillibrand, Nadler and Maloney, at the February 8th meeting. The primary for these Federal offices will be on June 26th, with petitioning starting March 6th and a kick-off breakfast on March 3rd at VID headquarters, 26 Perry St., from 10:00 am to Noon. Congressman Nadler will join us at 10:30am.
The membership listened to three candidate representatives and one candidate. The seat most contested was the 12th Congressional District where Carolyn Maloney is the incumbent. Challenigng her are Sander Hicks and Suraj Patel. Ballotpedia provides some comparative background on Congresswoman Maloney and Suraj Patel.
Rob Gottheim, the Congressman’s District Director spoke for Jerry Nadler; Minna Elias, the Congresswoman’s Chief of Staff spoke for Carolyn Maloney.
US Senate – 26 votes for Gillibrand; 5 votes for No Endorsement; 1 vote for Al Franken
10th Congressional District – Unanimous for Nadler
12th Congressional District – 20 votes for Maloney; 17 votes for Patel (17); 0 votes for Hicks; 2 votes for No Endorsement