The election season starts on December 12th, when VID will vote on their Democratic Primary Endorsements for President. It is also the night that the membership will elect VID’s 2020 President and three Vice Presidents. Now would be a good time to sign on or renew your membership, if you haven’t already. Only paid up members will be able to vote. Click here for Candidate and Member rules for Dec. 12th Additional Democratic Primary Endorsements The January 9th Membership Meeting will host candidates for NYS Senate and Assembly as well as State Committeewoman and State Committeeman for the 66th AD. Added […]
The November 2019 General Meeting Gave Focus to NY County Committee, Surrogacy Legislation and the Productive Work of VID’s Committees Full Meeting Minutes Here President David Siffert reported that he had met with Keith Wright, who was nice and friendly, but not much concrete got done. Keith said that Ben Yee wanted to activate the County Committee, but seemed hostile to Keith, so walls were built. Keith said he doesn’t do anything without Barry Weinberg’s say-so. David also said he was trying to set up a meeting with Greg Sumas, co-chair of the County Committee, and wondered if he should meet […]
VID’s October 2019 Meeting Covered the County Committee, Early Voting, the New York Health Act and a Vote on the Five Ballot Proposals for NYC Charter Revisions. President David Siffert opened the October 2019 meeting with an account of the recent County Committee meeting, saying the acting chair had refused to count votes, upsetting Arthur Schwartz, the law co-chair of the County Committee and our District Leader, who tried to make the process fair. There will be no elections for two years, so David warned us we must get our ducks in a row. The New York Health Act Forum was […]
Manhattan-Wide County Committee Meeting will be held on Thursday, October 3rd at Riverbank State Park Thursday, October 3rd, 6pm Denny Farrell Riverbank State Park 679 Riverside Drive Public Transit Directions ● Members from across the borough will elect leadership for the Manhattan-Wide County Committee ● County Committee members will discuss and vote on the rules of the Manhattan Party, including whether the County Leader can hold a lobbying position. ● Remainder of agenda to be announced.