Attorney General Endorsement Results
Thank you to all who came to vote on Thursday, July 19th, and to the candidates for their remarks and representative's presentations. After three rounds*, the club voted to endorse Letitia "Tish" James for State Attorney General!
Supporting our Candidates
Get some sun and meet your neighbors while collecting signatures for our endorsed candidates! We’re hitting the streets hard to get our endorsed candidates for state office on the ballot. Join us at the farmers market, bus stop, the baker, and the grocery to talk to your neighbors and collect signatures. Sign up here today!
It's GOTV Time. Seriously.
On June 26, New Yorkers will head to the polls to vote for federal candidates in the primary to represent us in Washington. The club endorsed Carolyn Maloney, who fights for the progressive values our community stands for. We need her to continue standing up against the Trump regime to protect the Affordable Care Act, stand up for DACA recipients, and protect Planned Parenthood and LGBT rights.
US Rep Maloney needs our help to get over the finish line!
Please join #TeamMaloney on and before primary day to make sure we send a New Yorker who knows how to fight for us in Washington. To learn more and signup, click here. Or email Casey on the campaign.
Marching for Pride
June is a time to show your pride. Whether you are LGBT or an ally, living out and proud has become even more important as LGBT people are under attack across the country. This year, consider joining the March and taking a stand. Don’t forget to wear your HKDems t-shirt!
March with Congressman Jerry Nadler: RSVP here.
March with the Stonewall Democrats of NYC: RSVP here.
Stay tuned for more announcements about our upcoming July 14 club event and future community actions.
- Sign up to petition for our candidates here. We need your help this week to get Democrats on the ballot!
- Join HK Dems for Robert Jackson! Robert Jackson is running to replace a "Democrat" who had the crazy idea of supporting the Republican majority in the State Senate, blocking key legislation like universal health care, education funding, and LGBTQ rights.