Petitioning for Congressmembers Nadler and Maloney

PETITIONING:  Pick your candidate and give an hour or two for good government. The VID is wrapping up it’s petitioning for Congressmembers Jerrold Nadler and Carolyn Maloney. It’s easy, the people are great, and you’ll be doing your part to ensure the democratic process works the way it’s supposed to. We’re hitting the streets this Saturday and the more people who step up, the more quickly we can wrap up.  Details: Saturday, March 31- Petitioning for: A- Congressman Jerrold Nadler      10am – 12pm       Abingdon Sq.       Corner of Hudson St. & 8th Ave.       Coordinators:   […]

Petitioning Launch

Petitioning Launch Breakfast This Saturday Start off your petitioning season right and join the VID, Congressman Jerry Nadler, and Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney‘s team.  Pick up your Petitions! Bagels, loxs, and the schmear of your choosing Meet and greet with VID’ers Details When: This Saturday! March 3rd (Petitioning Starts March 6th) Time: 10am – 12pm Noon Where: VID HQ 26 Perry St, Basement Level Check out our new CALENDAR page to see dates and times you can pick up petitions. For Further Contact Tony Hoffmann – Tonyhoffmann26@gmail.com Laurie Hardjowirogo – Laurieh2ster@gmail.com Erik Bottcher – ebottcher@gmail.com VID President Erik Coler – ErikColer@gmail.com

Busy November – General Meeting Minutes

VID had a very busy November.  Polling, poll watching, GOTV – here and elsewhere, and phone-banking consumed most Club members.   Our busy November began with a bus trip to Virginia, coordinated by Jen Hoppe with the usual cookie sustainance from Keen Berger.  Tony Hoffmann congratulated the Election Committee and VID Members  on their incredible performance. November 7th, even though in the world of excitement, this year’s election was not near the top (in NYC).  The weather in the morning was cold and in the evening, it rained.  Laurie Hardjowirogo, Ed Yutkowitz, Elissa Stein, Irene Kaufman, Jen Hoppe, and Erik Coler led […]

November 7 Ballot Endorsements

At the Oct. 12th Meeting VID voted upon November 7 Ballot  Endorsements VID voted to oppose proposal #1 and approved proposals # 2 and #3.  For City Council District 1 there was no endorsement. On the first of the November 7 ballot endorsements asking for a majority vote for a Constitutional Convention, VID unanimously rejected the proposal and thus agreed with the opinion of the New York Civil Liberties Union at the September meeting.  Question #2, “Allowing the Complete or Partial Forfeiture of a Public Officer’s Pension if He or She is Convicted of a Certain Type of Felony,” and question […]