Remember to vote for Governor Kathy Hochul and Senator Robert Jackson on the Working Family Party ballot line!
Vote for Governor Kathy Hochul and Senator Robert Jackson on the Working Family Party ballot line.
Uptown Community Democrats offers a political home to Northern Manhattan residents, where the ambitions, creativity, dreams, needs, and wants of the community will find expression, develop social cohesion, and translate into action for the greater good.
The Club's mission is to nurture new leadership for Northern Manhattan, instill ethics and a sense of shared purpose in its members, and promote and support accountable, honest, and transparent political leadership for Northern Manhattan and New York.
> Live in the 71st or 72nd Assembly District and/or 7th Council District;
> Be an enrolled voter in the Democratic party, or be a non-citizen who
subscribes to the ideals of the Democratic party.
> Be at least 14 years old and subscribe to the goals and purposes set
forth in Article 2 of the By-Laws
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From School Board President, where he walked 150 miles to Albany to bring attention to
educational inequality, to serving for 12 years on the City Council, now our New York State
Senator (Dist. 31). Robert Jackson takes on the tough fights for New Yorkers again and again…
and never backs down.
When you meet Nobles, it's clear where he stands on policies and our party's approach to them. Be it local matters or Federal challenges, Nobles is unwavering in his progressive support of key issues that directly affect the constituents of Harlem and Washington Heights within the Democratic Party.
Membership: Chris Hazeltine
Recording: Ned Klein
Corresponding: Janet McDowell
Jazmin del Valle, Andrea Kornbluth, Bruce Robertson, Kotie Cannon, Dorca Reynoso, Edwin Rosario, Nick Lyndon,Curtis Young, Onya Brinson, Jackie Rowe Adams
We are dedicated to improving the lives of those in our community. Your contribution today helps us make a difference.
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Patron: $100, Senior/student/low-income: $10