Bakes and Buttons Support Buses to PA

Every Wednesday and Saturday bakes and buttons support buses to PA. The VID is sending buses with volunteers to Pennsylvania every Saturday from now until, and including, Election Day. If you cannot go the bus route, you can contribute to the cause in another way. Bakes and Buttons will be our tabling effort for the next weeks on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  We will be selling homemade baked goods, Hillary buttons, registering people to vote and recruiting volunteers for our buses.   Schedule Abingdon Square, opposite the Farmer’s Market Saturday, September 24 10-12 12-2PM Saturday, October 1 10-12 12-2PM Saturday, October 8 […]

Let’s Keep Pennsylvania Blue

JOIN THE FIGHT TO KEEP PENNSYLVANIA BLUE Help Democrats Get Out The Vote in a Battleground State New Yorkers have a wonderful opportunity to help a battleground state elect Democrats to the Presidency, Senate and House of Representatives in 2016. Every week from mid-September to Election Day, Democrats from New York will work with our neighbors in the KeyStone State to build support for Hillary Clinton for President; Katie McGinty for the U.S. Senate, and Rick Daugherty for Congress (15th CD). We’ll go door to door, house to house, and community to community to register and poll voters and encourage them […]

May 12th Membership Meeting

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 […]

VID’s March Meeting

VID’s March Meeting featured reports on the gun violence forum, the Congressional primary, an early voting bill in the NYS legislature and the Algonquin Pipeline.  It ended with Club endorsements for Jerry Nadler, Carolyn Maloney, Charles Schumer and Hillary Clinton. See the full meeting minutes here.  [Revised ] President Nadine Hoffmann opened VID’s March meeting by welcoming Congressman Jerry Nadler, who is up for reelection.  He soon left, as he could not speak at the meeting. She then reported on the March 1 Women’s Issues forum at the Red Room, participated in by VID, DID, CODA, Manhattan Young Dems, and Councilwoman […]