Can a small group of people change the world? Seems it is the only way it ever has changed. To avoid getting caught up in the madness of the POTUS45 Show. We think it best that to watch our own and keep them if they can prove they can be stronger together against a divide and conquer administration.
There are 12 Democrats in the NY Delegation. The thirteenth member is the representative of Staten Island and a small part of Brooklyn. The links below will take you to individual Twitter feeds. We are looking for volunteers to monitor their “togetherness”.
Twitter Feed and Website
3. Tom Suozzi District Map
4. Kathleen Rice District Map
6. Gregory Meeks District Map
5. Grace Meng District Map
7. Nydia Velazquez District Map
8. Hakeem Jeffries District Map
9. Yvette Clark District Map
10. Jerrold Nadler District Map
11. Max Rose District Map
Defeats Dan Donovan
13. Adriano Espaillat District Map
15. Jose Serrano District Map
14. Joe Crowley District Map
Occasio-Cortez takes the primary from 4th ranked Democrat
16. Eliot Engel District Map
Engel’s district reaches upstate and retains the Democrats Nita Lowey (CD17) and Sean Maloney (CD18). Three other Democrats are Paul Tonko (CD20), Louise Slaughter (CD25) and Brian Higgins (CD26).
Indivisible picked Dana Balter, NY-24 as one of just five national challengers as winners in tough races following the removal of Chris Collins from office for violations of law, specifically insider trading. Finally, NY-21 held by Elise Stefanik.(R) is described as holding a ‘pivotal” district. Her role as a member of the Intelligence Committee’s impeachment inquiry into POTUS45 makes it more pivotal.
If there is interest in following any of the MoCs or if you are working to turn some of the red-blue, please use the comment form below. To see the vulnerable (R) seats and the new Democrats in NYC and upstate go to https://nydems.org
Indivisible Brooklyn (INBK) announced support for Liuba Grechen Shirley in her race against Peter King (R, NY-2). Excellent!
Turn Long Island Blue
Starting with CD2 with the expectation that Peter King will quit.