Tonight’s County cocktail event was a joy. Many officials and candidates were there, as was Tilden!
September 13th is right around the corner. Use this palm card to help elect our slate of candidates! It is crucial that you vote as there will be a low turnout and some races may be won by 1 vote. That vote could be yours!
“Daniel Garodnick, a litigator involved in the lawsuit to try to secure New York’s fair share of state funds for education, has deep roots in the district, where he grew up in middle-class housing. He has a grasp of a range of issues and ideas about improving the operations of the Council. Daniel Garodnick wins our endorsement.”
Learn more about Dan Garodnick
This year’s National Night Out Against Crime will be held on Tuesday,
August 2nd, 5 – 8 pm in the schoolyard of JHS 104, 2nd Ave. between
20th and 21 Sts. We will have a table there with voter registration
forms and candidates. Please come and bring neighbors, friends,
relatives or anyone else.
Hope to see you all there!
Last night’s End of Petitioning party was a rousing success!
Tilden members gathered at Dan Garodnick’s home on Thursday evening to wrap-up the petition period that began on June 7th. Louise Dankberg, District Leader, estimates Tilden members had gathered over 1500 signatures. Kristin Booth Glen, candidate for Surrogate’s Court Judge, Rosie Mendez, candidate for City Council from District 2 and Scott Stringer, candidate for Manhattan Borough President, dropped by to talk about their campaigns and thank the Tilden Democratic Club for their support. Dan Garodnick gave an update on his campaign for City Council and thanked all Tilden members for their early endorsement. It was a great evening!
Please come to the General Membership Meeting this Thursday, June 23rd, 7:45 pm at Seafarers, 123 East 15th St. with any completed petitions.
Also, we will have a booth this Sunday, June 26th on the W. side of 3rd Ave. between 21st and 22nd Streets. Please join us for fun, voter registration and more petitioning.
Last Sunday’s street fair was a huge success. A special thanks to all who volunteered and to all the candidates that stopped by to lend a hand!
Also, don’t forget Wednesday’s Waterside Plaza event and that the location has changed (see below).