The $15 Minimum Wage was the subject of the Joint VID/Chelsea Reform Democratic Club Forum on Oct. 15th… with members of both clubs filling the Fulton Houses Community Center Auditorium at 413 Ninth Avenue. VID President Nadine Hoffmann and CRDCNYC President Michael Schreiber welcomed panelists NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer, Small Business advocate Attorney Steve Barrison and Queens Center for Progress Executive Director, Charles Houston, each with different reference points regarding the $15 minimum wage. Also attending the Forum was State Senator Brad Hoylman, a ranking member of the Environmental Conservation Committee, who spoke on the need to force the State and General Electric not to dismantle the dredging equipment that […]
VID Sponsors Democratic Presidential Forum NYC On Nov. 1st, 2015, VID and 23 other Clubs sponsor the Democratic Presidential Forum NYC at the SVA Theater, 333 West 23rd St., NYC to a 300 plus audience of dedicated Democratic activists. The program lasted for two hours. The Planning Committee included: Samuel Albert (GSID), Erik Coller (VID) Jill Eisner (Lenox Hill), Jen Hoppe (VID) Tony Hoffmann (VID) , Maki Isayama (GNYCEC), Trudy Mason (Lex Club), Paul Newell (DID), Judy Richheimer (CRDC), Allan Roskoff (Jim Owles), Bessie Schacter (Lex Club), Michael Schweinsburg (504), Marti Speranza (VID), Mark Thompson (Tilden), Tiffany Townsend (ERDC), and Ed Yutkowits […]
Clinton Wins Village Bean Poll Adding to Her Victories in a Very Big Week, Conducted by Nadine and Tony Hoffman, Jenifer Hoppe, Linda Jacobson and Kathy Slawinsky on October 24th at Astor Place in Greenwich Village, 292 respondents gave Hillary Clinton a narrow edge over Bernie Sanders. Martin O’Malley got traunced. And, here are the actual tallies: Hillary Clinton: 142 Bernie Sanders: 139 Martin O’Malley: 11 Don’t forget the Democratic Presidential Candidate Forum on Sunday, Nov. 1st at 2PM at the SVA Theater, 333 West 23rd St.
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 […]