Category Archives: Young Gets It Done
Mingle with electeds from all over the city and honor the accomplishments of 5 of New York’s most active under-35ers. If there’s one party to make this summer, this is it. Check it out and buy your ticket today.
Mark your calendars. Call your friends. Email Alex Leopold (finance[AT]gomyd.com) to join the Host Committee. The biggest event of the year is just around the corner. RSVP and buy your tickets today.
President Obama has declared this Saturday 1/19/2013 a National Day of Service. What will you be doing to serve your community? Join Respond and Rebuild in the Rockaways! Get down and dirty–demo and mold abatement is fun! For more information and to sign up for the event: http://action.2013pic.org/page/event/detail/nationaldayofservicecommunityresilience/4jvdg There are 3 options for transportation: 1. Simply show up at the staging location: 9:30am Arverne Pilgrim Church, 74-16 Beach Channel Drive, Arverne, NY 11692 2. Carpool–if you are interested in carpooling please email Women4ObamaNY@gmail.com and information will be provided for available carpools. 3. Bus–departing 8:45am 41st Avenue between 24th Street and Crescent Ave (In front of the gas station) Google Street View: http://goo.gl/maps/Z7AGy 2 blocks north of Queensboro Plaza (7,N,Q trains, … More >>
Celebrating Our Top 5 Leaders Under 35 EVENT INFO Wednesday, August 22nd 7:00PM – 11:00PM @ 1 Oak Night Club 453 West 17th Street ADMISSION Buy your tickets via Act Blue: https://secure.actblue.com/page/ygid4 See who’s going on Facebook! The Honorees Sean Eldridge Sean Eldridge is an investor and political activist. He is the president of Hudson River Ventures, a small business investment fund focused on the Hudson Valley, and the founder of Protect Our Democracy, a campaign finance reform advocacy group. He is also a Senior Advisor at Freedom to Marry, the campaign to win marriage equality nationwide. As Political Director of Freedom to Marry in 2011, he played a leading role in the successful marriage equality campaign in New York … More >>
Chris Cilliza posted a really interesting article today on the role of the youth vote in 2008 – read here. He makes the point that youth turnout was not actually substantially greater in 2008 than in the last few elections – but it was very important because Obama won it by such a huge margin. The most common misconception about 2008 is that Obama grew the youth vote — defined for our purposes as those between 18 and 29 years old — by any significant measure as compared to past elections. He didn’t. Take a look at this chart, which details the percentage of the overall electorate 18-29-year-old voters comprised in every presidential election since 1980: Young voters comprised … More >>