5/30/18 CB8 Discussion on Protecting Small Businesses

Sarah Chu and Mick Mellamphy, the co-chairs of the Upper East Side Community Board's Small Business Committee, hosted a meeting on small business issues in the neighborhood, particularly focused on vacant storefronts.

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5/22/18 FFDC Activist Happy Hour!

Tuesday after work the Four Freedoms Democratic Club's Activism Committee hosted a happy hour to recruit volunteers for our midterm elections campaign work around and outside New York City.

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5/17/18 Countywide Judicial Endorsements

The Executive Committee of the Manhattan Democratic Party met on Thursday to vote to endorse candidates for two borough-wide civil court judgeships.

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5/14/18 FFDC Endorsements: Part 2

On Monday the Four Freedoms Democratic Club had its endorsement meeting for civil court judge, Democratic Party State Committee, and Delegate to the County Judicial Convention.

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5/8/18 FFDC Endorsements: Part 1

On Tuesday the Four Freedoms Democratic Club had its endorsement meeting for governor, lieutenant governor, and state legislature.

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5/3/18 Fundraiser for Rebecca Seawright

On Thursday I co-hosted a fundraiser for Yorkville/Lenox Hill/Roosevelt Island Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright.

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5/1/18 Sixth District Judicial Candidates

I was very proud of the Independent Screening Panel I helped organize to evaluate the qualifications of the Democratic candidates for judge in the Sixth Municipal Court District.

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4/17/18 Lobby Day in Albany for Stronger Tenant Protections

Yorkville and Lenox Hill were well-represented at the Real Rent Reform Coalition's trip up to Albany to meet with State Senators about the importance of tenant protections.

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3/19/18 Phone Bank to Jeff Klein's District

Another very successful Upper East Side phone bank to support true Democrats against the turncoat IDC.

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3/1/18 Rules Committee Final Meeting

Pierre Ratzki, the 76th Assembly District's representative to the Manhattan Democratic Party's Rules Committee, wrote an update about their final meeting. I attended the meeting with Pierre, and there were mixed results. They came to a consensus around all the of proposed transparency-enhancing measures except for the most important one, the ban on lobbyists serving as Party Leader. I've copied his report below.

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