Nov 012017
 

VID is now distributing the Nov 7, 2017 Voter Guide

Voter Guide_starPlease help VID give out Voter Guide cards on Election Day.

You can dowload the full Voter Guide HERE

Voter Guide

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

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May 162016
 

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The May 12th Membership Meeting carried a full agenda AND a Civil Court Candidate Forum

Meeting Minutes_May-2016

President Nadine Hoffmann opened the May 12th Membership Meeting by noting how nicely the VID Gala was written up in The Villager by Lincoln Anderson.  There were also some nice pics from this event.  The March for a Clean Energy Revolution, which we endorsed, will take place on July 24 before the Democratic Convention.  Members agreed to spread the word regarding this event.

45 Rivington Letter to DeBlasio (see more details in our previous post), was unanimously passed for distribution.

District Leader Keen Berger said she had two good things to report.  Several CB2 members held a well-attended meeting with Jerrold Nadler regarding the dedication of Christopher Street Park to LGBT rights.  The second item was about some school district “carve out” blocks on 12 Street North–residents of these blocks were unhappy about being zoned out of PS 41.   CB2 is pushing for their re-inclusion.

Next came the election of the judicial delegates.  VID, DID and VRDC were each to contribute two delegates and two alternates.  This arrangement passed overwhelmingly, with one nay vote.  VID nominees were Nadine Hoffmann, Jen Hoppe, Cormac Flynn, Zella Jones, Erik Coler, and David Saperstein; the finally elected delegates were Jen and Cormac, with Zella and Nadine as alternates.

Tony Hoffmann, Campaign Committee Chair, now opened the Special Candidates Forum for Civil Court, co-sponsored by VRDC, DID, and the Jim Owles Club.

The Civil Court Candidates included:

Margaret Chan
Shahabuddeen Ally
Josh Hanshaft
Emily Morales Minerva
Nicholas Moyne
Phaedra Perry
Robert Rosenthal

Each candidate gave a four minute presentation followed by up to six minutes of questions from the audience.  All the candidates were impressive and the discussion was spirited.

The meeting was adjourned, with the reminder that the endorsement meeting will take place on May 23 at 8pm at Greenwich house.

 

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May 082016
 

VID’s May Agenda

Thursday, May 12, 2016, 83 Christopher Street, 6:30 PM  REALLY
This meeting must end by 9:45

1.  President’s Report-Nadine Hoffmann
2.  District Leader Report- Keen Berger
3.  Election of Judical Delegates

4.   Gala Committee Report–Jen Hoppe

5. Special Candidates Forum**  Co-Sponsored by VRDC, DID, Jim Owles Club
     a. Civil Court Candidates Presentations
b. Questions from the Audience  

     
May Agenda_Civil Court CandidatesThe candidates reported out of the New York County judicial panel are:  Emily Minerva, Phaedra Perry, Shah Ali, Judy Kim, Robert Rosenthal, Josh Hanshaft, Nick Moyne and Margaret Chan.  This year there are two County-wide vacancies for Civil Court.  Margaret Chan is an incumbent running for re-election in 2nd District; she has no opponents.

 6.  Clubhouse news–Nadine Hoffmann
 7.   New Business

**We will have a special endorsement meeting on Monday, May 23, directly after the Executive Committee meets.  Location TBA

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