Get On A Bus, PLEASE – Vote Blue 2018

As a founding member of Vote Blue 2018 VID will be campaigning for Antonio Delgado this Saturday, September 15, and for  other congressional candidates on the following Saturdays. The Vote Blue 2018 buses start on Saturday, September 15th, just after the New York Primary Election.  They will leave from Union Square East at 8:30 am (loading starts at 8:00 am) and return to the same location between 7 and 8:00 pm. Seats are available for a round-trip fee of $10 that is waived for students with a valid ID or for economic hardship. We don’t want to turn anyone away, but rather to encourage everyone […]

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

VID September Meeting Cancelled

VID September Meeting Cancelled So that Members Can Get Out and Work on Campaigns.  There will be the usually scheduled Executive Committee Meeting, however.   Check the Calendar for dates and times.

July 12 Membership Meeting

The July 12 Membership Meeting Was All About Petitions, Canvassing, Immigration and Resolutions Full Meeting Minutes Here The first item on the agenda was a vote to combine the August Membership Meeting with the Executive Committee Meeting on August 27, 2018. Erik Coler announced the passing of VID member Barbara Austin with a funeral to be held on the 17th.  Nadine Hoffmann and Kathy Slawinski reported on a meeting they had attended at City Hall where Corey Johnson and the City Council, along with certain agencies and administration executives, made a presentation on the current state of the immigration crisis and family […]