Jul 222018
 

VID Canvassing for New York Dems…Everywhere !

Whether it is to take back seats in Congress, insuring that the IDC doesn’t return to NYS or supporting a progresssive agenda, VID is canvassing for New York Dems throughout the summer.

Laurie Hardjowirigo, Tony Hoffmann, VID Pres. Erik Coler and Erik Bottcher have made this a summer priority and need your help canvassing for New York Dems. So here’s the current line-up.  Check the VID Calendar regularly for new updates listed under CAMPAIGNING (click on the yellow block).

Canvassing for New York Dems

CD 19 Canvassing Headquarters

Antonio Delgado – US Congress District 19 (John Faso, Republican Incumbent)

Saturday 7/28 there will be a canvass in Hyde Park. You can sign up here and have your fellow club members sign up as well. Hyde Park Office, 960 Violet Ave, Hyde Park, NY 12538
District Map

Shifts:  10A-12N; 12N–3PM; 3PM-6PM; 6PM-9PM

 
Alessandra Biaggi – NYS 34 (Jeff Klein, IDC )
Needs volunteers for July 28-29 for the eastern part of her district.
 
John Liu – NYS 11 (Tony Avella, IDC)
Now, a summer of campaigning begins! Join the #LiuCrew to knock on doors and talk to voters. We launched the canvassing on July 21st at the new campaign office at 184-02 Hillside Ave, near the 179th St stop on the E and F trains. 
For more info contact Laurie Hardjowirogo

Preparing for the canvas:

  1. Please bring your smartphone, and have the MiniVAN app downloaded for iPhone https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/minivan-touch/id352087547 or Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.voteractivationnetwork.minivan&hl=en.
  2. Please download an Action ID account from https://accounts.ngpvan.com/Account/RegisterPrivate.
  3. Please RSVP here https://www.facebook.com/events/1823174924467480/ 

Ongoing

Zellnor Myrie – NYS 20 (Jesse Hamilton’s district)
Canvassing: 
Saturdays from 11-2
Sundays from 4-8
Phone banking at his HQ–please get in touch with Madeline Grimes for exact location
For more info contact madeline.grimes@gmail.com
 
FlipLI
Perry Gershon – CD 1 (Lee Zeldin, Republican )
Contact Wendy Diller  wldiller@yahoo.com 

From Wendy: Gershon campaign wants to know if any of us will be coming to Setauket Saturday so they can arrange transport.  If interested let Laurie Hardjowirogo know ASAP

If you don’t feel comfortable knocking doors, they also need drivers to ferry people between neighborhoods
Be Sociable, Share!
Mar 292018
 

PETITIONING:  Pick your candidate and give an hour or two for good government.

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:

Petitioning_Jerold NadlerA- Congressman Jerrold Nadler
     10am – 12pm
      Abingdon Sq.
      Corner of Hudson St. & 8th Ave.
      Coordinators:
      Erik Bottcher 917.744.9194
      Jonathan Geballe 646.342.7767
      Laurie Hardjowirogo 917.968.7801

Petitioning_Carolyn MaloneyB- Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney
     11am -1pm
      West Side Market.  
      3rd Ave. & 12th St.
      Coordinators:
      Jen Hoppe 646.408.0048      Cameron Krause  914.447.7343

 

 

 

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:

Sat. 3/31- 10:00 AM-12:00 noon
Mon. 4/2- 6:00-7:30 PM
Thurs. 4/5- 6:00-7:30 PM
 

ALL PETITIONS MUST BE RETURNED TO VID
BY THURSDAY, APRIL 5TH AT 7:30 PM.

Thank you,

Tony Hoffmann-Tonyhoffmann26@gmail.com
Laury Hardjowirogo- laurieh2ster@gmail.com
Eri Bottcher-ebottcher@gmail.com
VID Campaign Co-Chairs

Be Sociable, Share!
Feb 262018
 

Petitioning Launch BreakfastPetitioning Launch Breakfast This Saturday

Start off your petitioning season right and join the VID, Congressman Jerry Nadler, and Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney‘s team. 

  • Pick up your Petitions!
  • Bagels, loxs, and the schmear of your choosing
  • Meet and greet with VID’ers

Details
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 – ebottcher@gmail.com

VID President Erik Coler – ErikColer@gmail.com

Be Sociable, Share!
Feb 012018
 

The start of the New Year was all about standing up and being counted…

Throughout Manhattan VID Members and friends gathered to support progressive agendas.  At the January 11 General Meeting, Erik Coler got the ball rolling on standing up and being counted by introducing his newest idea – posting anti-Trump fliers in coffee shops to stimulate membership in VID.  [Meeting Minutes Here]

Standing Up and Being Counted_DiNapoli

NYS Comptroller, Tom DiNapoli

This meeting also hosted NYS Comptroller Tom DeNapoli who regaled the club with a speech congratulating Jerry Nadler, Brad Hoylman, Deborah Glick, and others. He complimented the VID holiday party and spoke of the intricacies of the comptroller’s office and the financial soundness of the city, then took questions about prison reform, Medicaid and nursing homes.

On the Immigration front, Keen Berger and Erik Bottcher reported on the demonstration for Ravi Ragbir, head of the New Sanctuary Coalition.  Erik Bottcher spoke about the rally, which was attended by Borough President Gale Brewer and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, and during which two Councilmembers, Jumaane Williams and Ydanis Rodriguez, were arrested.  Keen also mentioned Jean Montreal, who also is in danger of deportation.  

The Environmental Committee met on January 19th.  Nat Johnson, Chair of the committee, reported that the Trump administration was undermining EPA regulations, which required public hearings, not being held in New York.  He urged members to register objections at the EPA website.  The night before they had met with the Manhattan Solid Waste Management organization.  

Laurie Hardjowirogo solicited volunteers for the True Blue anti-IDC phone banks.   

On Saturday, January 20th a large number of VID Members and friends gathered for the Women’s March. (See the slideshow for Tony Hoffmann’s pictures).

On January 22, VID Member, Livvey Mann host a second-home registration phone bank. 

On January 25th there was an anti-IDC demonstration in front of Senator Flanagan’s office. 

And, then there were the Inauguration festivities for Councilmember Carlina Rivera and for Council Speaker Corey Johnson (also depicted in the slide show – thank you Tony).

Cincopa WordPress plugin

Be Sociable, Share!