VID’s September Meeting

The September Meeting Covered Many Topics… Minutes-2015-9-17 September was a busy month:  leafleting, poll watching, campaigning, judicial candidate selections, forums, vigils, the Judicial Delegates Convention and more.  Following is a brief summary of the General Membership Meeting with a link to the full minutes. Tim Wu will be working for the NYS Attorney General, specializing in technology. The Executive Committee had voted to donate $225 to the Cooper Square Committee for an ad in their journal, it was approved by the Membership. Terri Cude and Dennis Gault won by a large margin, and All six of our judicial delegates won. VID […]

Get your Campaign Groove On

Since this election will have a low turnout and every vote will count, it’s especially important to get your campaign groove on. Please vote on September 10th for our judicial delegate slate. Get your friends and neighbors to vote. The most important things you can do are: Distribute the VID flyer/Mailer under your neighbors’ doors Give out the literature at a polling place for an hour or two on September 10th. If you can do either and need literature please: 1-Contact Ed Yutkowitz and make arrangements to pick up the literature from him.  His email is eddieNY@aol.com. His home address is 3 […]

VID Membership Meeting – August

On August 13th the VID Membership Meeting Covered a Broad List of Topics…  Among them young voter outreach encouraged by new VID member Eric Coler.  First stop, Union Square on August 29th; second stop Washington Square Park, Saturday, Sept. 12th. All the other scheduled events mentioned on August 13th – election of Judicial Delegates on the Sept. 10th Primary; the next VID General Meeting, Sept 17th; Congressman Nadler’s Soiree, Sept. 21st; the Judicial Convention, Sept 24th; the Candles for Clemency Vigil, Sept 26th and the County Committee Meeting, Sept 29th are all detailed in the AUGUST CALENDAR to the right. Other […]

July 9th General Meeting

The July 9th General Meeting covered many topics. Beginning with a review of the status of the Small Business Jobs legislation which recently added its 20th City Council co-sponsor, Ines Barron (There will be another forum on this topic July 22 in Washington Heights), General Meeting discussions also covered reports from District Leader Keen Berger; announcements by Nat Johnson about forums on the Spectra Pipeline extension  [See the posting]; and a surprise visit from State Senator Brad Hoylman who reported on a long list of initiatives. The results of the Club’s petitioning were presented in a statement from the Campaign Committee: […]