Special Meeting: Candidates for the 74th Assembly District Seat
A discussion and possible vote on candidates:
Donald J. Tobias, Esq.
123 East 15th Street
Wednesday, December 7th, 2005
7 PM in the Chapel
Reminder: Democratic County Committee Meeting, December 15th
If you are a member of the County Committee and cannot attend, please call Louise Dankberg, 212-475-5347.
I know that some of you already know. It is with deep sorrow that I inform you of the passing of our beloved Sheila Agress.
She was very involved in democratic politics of course, not just to Tilden, but also to the State Committee and to the Eleanor Roosevelt Legacy. She volunteered at SHARE, at the Holocaust Museum, just to name a few. Please feel free to tell people who do not have e-mail or whom I haven’t contacted. It is a very sad time for us all but we are lucky to know Sheila and to be part of her world.
Funeral services: Thursday, Nov. 10th, 2005
2nd Avenue and 10th Street
The Tilden Democratic Club proudly announces that our very own Dan Garodnick has won the race to become our next Councilman in the 4th District. A special thanks to everyone involved and to all of Dan’s team.
Also, congratulations to all of the elected Democratic candidates.
Click here for full election results
Tilden, instrumental in the formation of Save Union Square park, participated in a press conference on Sunday, October 16th. The conference was called to send a message to the City Administration and the BID(Business Improvement District) that the community and elected officials are vehemently opposed to a private restaurant in the park. Parks are for children and the public. Where is the playground that has been promised for years?
Speakers included Scott Stringer, Dick Gottfried, Tom Duane and Rosie Mendez. Press coverage including NY 1, 1010 Wins, ABC, The Daily News, The Villager, and UPN-9. We think we made a large impact and hope the Administration will take us seriously. Present from Tilden were Paula Schaeffer, Eadie Shanker, Lyle Frank and Louise Dankberg.
he next General Membership Meeting of the Club will be held on
Thursday October 20 at the Seafarers and International House, 123
East 15th Street. Invited guest speaker is Democratic Mayoral
Candidate FERNANDO FERRER.
We will also have a table at the street Fair on Sunday October 23rd.
Our site is in front of 330 Third Avenue. Please join us the meet the
candidates and register to vote.
We’re pleased to announce that our very own former President, Dan Garodnick, will be the Democratic nominee for City Council, District 4!
The New York Times:
“In the Council race to succeed Eva Moskowitz, who ran and lost for Manhattan borough president, the winner was Dan Garodnick, a lawyer who served as president of a Democratic club on the East Side of Manhattan.”
But the battle isn’t over yet! We’ll need everyone’s help to make sure he wins in November and keeps this important district in Democratic hands. Join us today! Our next General Membership meeting is September 26th. Mark your calendar!
Also, congratulations to our other endorsed candidates who were successful last night: Scott Stringer, Rosie Mendez, Robert Morgenthau, and Kristin Booth Glen!
VIEW COMPLETE ELECTION RESULTS
There is a Special Pre-Primary meeting scheduled for Monday, September 12th, 2005 at Kenmore Hall, 145 East 23rd Street at 7:30PM. This meeting is being called for the distribution of palm cards both in your buildings and on Primary Day. This is absolutely essential for success in the Primary.
The next General Membership meeting will convene at Seafarers’ House, 123 East 15th Street, corner of Irving Place, on Monday the 26th at 7:30PM on the second floor. This change of meeting date was necessary due to the a scheduling conflict with the Judicial Convention.
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!
VIEW AND PRINT YOUR CARD HERE
“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