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Election Day Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14, 2010

From: Jeffrey M. K.
Sent on: Monday, September 13, 2010 11:43 PM
We?met this evening in Manhattan at Brick NYC. Great pizza, beers, people and discussion. Thanks to those who came and participated. We discussed our club's past, present and future. Our ultimate goal is to increase political participation. In our humble effort to make our opinions known, we?make and share the following endorsements:
As a Democrat,?Kirsten Gillibrand has done a commendable job working to understand issues which face all New Yorkers - from upstate to New York City.? She has worked alongside other Democrats to fight for the rights of women, marriage equality, health care reform, and transparency in government.? She is committed to working with President Obama to bring about real change to our country.? Voterbook endorses Kirsten Gillibrand for U.S. Senate.?
Senator Schneiderman has promissed to make the Attorney General's office more open and accessible to all New Yorkers. There are five qualified Democrats in the race, all of whom hopefully will play a future roll in our state as advocates, justice seekers and progressives. The New York Times has endorsed Senator Scheiderman?amongst the talented pool of contenders. We?find Eric Schneiderman to be a good lawyer and the candidate most likely to stand up for New York's diverse people.?On the issues, we find Eric Schneiderman is the most credible and that his activist approach will help to recharge New York and restore faith in government. Vote for Eric Schneiderman on Tuesday.
If you have ever thought that New York needs more women in office, you might think Joyce Johnson as the only female candidate in NY-15 deserves a look. Do you live in the district where you may have seen her on the street this summer; Harlem, Inwood, Marble Hill, Spanish Harlem, Washington Heights, Morning Side Heights and part of the Upper West Side? New York does not need more women elected to?office, New York needs more?exceptional women?elected to office. Joyce is one of them, also endorsed by the New York Times, we believe she knows her district and would be a dynamite of good for the people of upper Manhattan. Remember tomorrow, and tell your friends,?that "Joyce is the choice."
We believe Jesse Strauss' campaign is the biggest little campaign in NYC. He has solid ideas to reform the Democratic Party, has campaigned without stop this summer, and we remember him well from the Obama campaign when he served as the leader of the NY Chapter of Young Lawyers for Obama. If you live in Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, the Columbia Waterfront, DUMBO, Fulton Ferry Landing, Gowanus, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, or Vinegar Hill, look for him on the ballot and please join voterbook in supporting Jesse Strauss. Since this is such a close race, please forward this message to people you know in those neighborhoods and ask them to support Jesse too - every vote will make a big difference in the outcome.
We hope to see you on Twitter, at our next event and at the polls.
Thanks for reading and happy voting with the new machines.
Jeff Kurzon

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