More to do this month…

Here are a few more important democratic happenings that you should be aware of.

‘Most Highly Qualified’ Supreme Court candidates

The Supreme Court Independent Screening Panel has reported out and the candidates have been invited to our general meeting- Monday, September 19th at 8:00pm for a brief introduction and question period by the audience.

In addition to Judges Deborah Kaplan, Saliann Scarpulla, Manuel Mendez and Ellen Gesmer who were reported out twice from previous Independent Screening Panels and are thus eligible for consideration,  the following nine judges were deemed  ‘Most Highly Qualified’ to be Supreme Court candidates:

Arthur Engoron, Shlomo Hagler, Barbara Jaffe, Rita Mella, Peter Moulton, Ruth Pickholz, George Silver, Anil Singh, and Analisa Torres.


NY County Judicial Convention has a new date!

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
NY County Judicial Convention
6.00 PM – 8.00 PM
Harlem Hospital, 506 Lenox Ave at 135th St.


Official Charles Rangel Portrait unveiling and DC Bus Trip

The honor of your presence is requested to attend and participate in the
Unveiling Of The Official Portrait Of Charles B. Rangel as Chairman Emeritus
of the Committee on Ways and Means in the United States House of Representatives
on Thursday, the 22nd of September two thousand and eleven in the City of Washington

Reception 4:00-6:30 p.m.
Ceremony 4:30 p.m.

1100 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, D.C.

Please RSVP no later than September 14, 2011
Business Attire Email: or Call: 212-862-4990

There will be a free bus departing from the Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building at 125th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard on Thursday, September 22nd 2011 at 8:30 am.  Please bring a valid photo identification for security reasons and RSVP by 9/16 to or (212) 792-5110 to reserve your seat.


Help elect a Democrat!

It’s not too late to help support Dan Quart in his campaign for the Assembly seat to succeed Jonathan Bing.  Phonebanking is being done all day today until 9 pm.  Remember although our Assembly District does not have an election tomorrow, the 73rd does.  It is being held at the campagin office located at 198 East 76th Street between Lexington and Third Avenue.  Look for the door with the Dan Quart for Assembly poster up the stairs on the left.  If you have any questions please contact Alex Agius at or (917) 721-5340.



Sandro Sherrod,