Sep 102018
 
VID 2018 Primary Voter Guide

Our Endorsed Candidates Are Presented in this VID 2018 Primary Voter Guide You can bring the VID 2018 Primary Voter Guide with you when you vote on Thursday, Sept. 13th. VID 2018 PRIMARY VOTER GUIDE FOR PRINTING FOR VOTING INFORMATION:  www.vote.nyc.ny.us or call 866-868-3692 To see a sample ballot or find the poll site nearest you go to www.nyc.pollsitelocator.com Candidate websites can be found at: Cynthia Nixon – https://cynthiafornewyork.com/meet-cynthia/ Kathy Hochul – https://kathyhochul.com/ Letitia James – https://www.tishjames2018.com/ Robert Rosenthal – https://www.rosenthalforcivilcourt.org/  Civil Court District 2 Area:  https://www.rosenthalforcivilcourt.org/district-2 Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

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Nov 012017
 
Voter Guide -Nov. 7, 2017

VID is now distributing the Nov 7, 2017 Voter Guide Please help VID give out Voter Guide cards on Election Day. You can dowload the full Voter Guide HERE If you have a couple of hours to spare you can make a difference. We need to defeat ballot proposal #1 calling for a NY State constitutional convention (see attached palm card).   The most important hours are 7-9 AM & 5-7 PM but anytime is good.   Contact VID’s campaign chairs if you are available to hand out our palm cards on Election Day: Tony Hoffmann Laurie Hardjowirogo   You can pick up palm cards at VID Headquarters, 26 Perry St., at the following times: Thurs. 11/2 – 6-7:30 PM Sat. 11/4 – 11:00 AM-1:00 PM Mon. 11/6 – 6:00-7:30 PM Tues. 11/7 – 7-9: AM; 4-7 PM Don’t forget to check your POLL SITE LOCATION Be Sociable, Share! Tweet

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May 252017
 
VID Endorsements for City-Wide Candidates

At the May 11th meeting, VID endorsements for City-Wide candidates were voted upon after reports from the Voter Outreach, Environment, Affordable Housing and Gala Committees.   The VID endorsements for City-Wide candidates followed a highly successful and well-publicized Candidates Night at the LGBT Center on May 2nd [read The Villager’s coverage]and the general meeting’s focus on Club committee work and community issues.  You can read the full meeting minutes here. The meeting began with a request from President Erik Coler to the membership to itemize a list of community concerns.  The responses included tax issues, civil rights protections, parks, after school programs, a new bathroom in the Jefferson Market Library.  Also mentioned were bike racks, broken sidewalks, potholes, “curb cut” ramps, less stop and frisk, noisy clubs, mental health care, more mom and pop stores and small business in general.  Also traffic congestion, lack of coordination at construction sites, participatory budgeting, […]

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