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What to do next… 

The endorsements  listed above(and to the left)  mean that this year  Brooklyn Voters will help elect the Mayor, Public Advocate, Borough President, City Council Members, Brooklyn's District Attorney and several Civil Court judges.  Women are running in many of these races. But first they need to get on the ballot.  The only way to get on the ballot is by collecting signatures (petitioning) This is where you come in. Come learn how to petition in a comfortable, engaging women-only environment.  

Where: Boerum Hill, Brooklyn (Address Provided upon registration)
When: Tuesday, May 30th from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/petition-training-4-women-tickets-34769640932 "

This event is being coordinated by Assemblywoman Jo Anne Simon along with theIndependent Neighborhood Democrats, Central Brooklyn Independent Democrats, LAMBDA Independent Democrats, Women's March Action Club and Sister District NY- 8.






Independent Neighborhood Democrats

Independent Neighborhood Democrats
Endorsement Meeting 
May 18th, 2017 @ 7PM
ST Francis College 
Agenda 


Endorsement Night Summary! 

Last Thursday, May 17th,  at Saint Francis College the Independent Neighborhood Democrats(IND) held their endorsement meeting for this years elections. 

The biggest endorsement of the night was without a doubt for District Attorney in which Anne Swern received the clubs support by a healthy margin. It should be noted that this was 1 of 2 endorsements Swern received Thursday night as she also received the endorsement of the Bay Ridge based Brooklyn democrats for change. Before the vote , former assemblywoman, Joan Millman spoke passionately about the programs Anne was instrumental in designing and implementing(Red Hook Community justice center being one she mentioned) while working for the District Attorney's office over the 3 decades.

IND heard from, and endorsed, Mayor Bill deBlasio for reelection. The mayor spoke about the progress the city has made in his time(crime rate, economy) and fielded a few questions ranging from the audience. The Mayor gave a shoutout to members of the audience such as the aforementioned  Joan Millman and her successor Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon. 

Senator Daniel Squadron spoke on behalf of Comptroller Scott Stringers reelection and stressed the importance of the great jobs the comptroller has done in ensuring the city is on solid fiscal footing.  The club endorsed Scott Stringer, who was honored by IND at our annual dinner ,  for reelection and did the same for Public Advocate Tish James and Borough President Eric Adams.

In the New York City Council IND endorsed Steve Levin(33rd district) and Brad Lander(39th District) for reelection. 

On the judicial side of endorsements IND voted to support Hemalee Patel for Civil Court In the 6th municipal district and in the county wide races David Pepper, Connie Mallafre Melendez and Isiris" Isela" Isaac.

Thanks everyone who attended! 


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2017 Democratic Primary Endorsements



Mayor- Bill de Blasio
Comptroller- Scott Stringer
Brooklyn District Attorney- Anne Swern
Brooklyn Borough President- Eric Adams
Public Advocate-Tish James
33rd City Council District- Steve levin
39th City Council District- Brad Lander 

Civil Court 6th Municipal District- Hemalee Patel

County Wide Judicial Races-
-David Pepper
-Connie Mallafre Melendez
- Isela Isaac


 

 Democratic Primary is Tuesday September 12th