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County Committee Meeting
Sep
9
7:00 PM19:00

County Committee Meeting

  • Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island (map)
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The Kings County Democratic Party is the largest local affiliate of the party in the country.  It is governed by the County Committee, which elects the County Party’s leaders. Used transparently and efficiently, County Committee has the power to leverage grassroots oversight and reform of our local party.  It has the power to be the vox popular of Brooklyn’s Democrats. Yet it currently remains toothless, with few meetings and many unfilled seats. It’s powers are wholly delegated to the county party’s leaders. It needs local political activists like you to bring community representation.  In particular, it needs LGBTQ representation. Subscribe to LID and stay tuned for future opportunities to get involved and become a member.  

Whether you're a member of the committee or not, join us to encourage accountability and transparency in our party.  If you are interested in joining the committee in the future, come and check out what it’s all about tonight, when LID, in collaboration with other clubs, has proposed a resolution calling on greater oversight and accountability of the party’s finances.

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Free Event

The Kings County Democratic Party is the largest local affiliate of the party in the country. Whether you're a member of the committee or not, join us to encourage accountability and transparency in our party.

More information is available about the event at the RSVP link here:

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#MarchWithLID at Brooklyn Pride
Jun
8
11:00 AM11:00

#MarchWithLID at Brooklyn Pride

  • 172 5th Ave NY, 11217 United States (map)
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March with LID in the Brooklyn Pride Parade on Saturday June 8! Brooklyn’s twilight parade is one of the most celebrated in the city. Each year, we march down 5th Avenue in Park Slope, surrounded by cheering Brooklynites, to show our neighbors what LGBTQ representation in Kings County politics looks like. 

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