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Mole's Progressive Democrat

The Progressive Democrat Newsletter grew out of the frustration of the 2004 election. Originally intended for New York City progressives, its readership is now national. For anyone who wants to be alerted by email whenever this newsletter is updated (usually weekly), please send your email address and let me know what state you live in (so I can keep track of my readership).

Location: Brooklyn, New York, United States

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  • Saturday, October 16, 2010

    New York 19th District Focus: Putnam, Dutchess, Orange, Rockland, and Westchester Counties

    Focusing on the 19th Congressional District of New York

    Some News for the 19th:

    Democratic State Senate candidate David Carlucci on the air in SD-38

    Good Government Works: Health Care Reform Funds Improvements in 3 WNY Community Health Centers...Thank you Obama!!

    NY-19: Nan Hayworth: Tea Party extremist or Wall Street partner?...Actually the Tea Party is funded and run by Wall Street interests for Wall Street interests:

    Congressman John meets with sickened Ground Zero first responder following House passage of new health bill

    Alliance for Retired Americans Endorses Congressman John Hall...also: Veterans of Foreign Wars Endorses Congressman John Hall

    NY-19, Republican Nan Hayworth Taps Top Vulture Fund:

    Democrat Eric Schneiderman unveils detailed plan to protect veterans and active duty service members from fraud and discrimination


    Phillipstown for Democracy: Local Democracy for America affiliate

    We are a group of concerned citizens based in Philipstown, New York, determined to mobilize voters to participate in the political process and to promote progressive policies. We will provide a forum to exchange ideas and give support for specific political action. You can sign up here. For more info, call: (917) 273-0808 or email: information@p4d.us

    Drinking Liberally in Dutchess County: Political Action through Social Interaction

    Rhinecliff Drinking Liberally
    * When? First Sunday of each month, 7:00 pm
    * Where? The Rhinecliff Hotel Bar, 4 Grinnell Street
    * Hosted by Matt Rosenberg | Andrew Sheppard

    Putnam County Democratic Committee

    The Putnam County Democratic Committee shall advance the principles of the Democratic Party, advocate the election of public officials who will provide responsible and responsive government for the people of Putnam County and set forth the platform positions of the Putnam County Democratic Party in order to achieve its over-arching goal to inspire, encourage and maximize enrollment and participation in the Democratic Party throughout Putnam County.

    For more info contact Lynne Eckardt, 845-661-6349, lynne.eckardt@gmail.com

    Dutchess County Young Democrats:

    The Dutchess County Young Democrats is an organization dedicated to providing opportunities for young Democrats to become actively involved in the issues that affect their lives and enabling them to connect with other young Democrats in the County. Any registered Democrat between the ages of 16 and 36 is eligible and encouraged to become a member of the Dutchess County Young Democrats. For more info, contact: ira.margulies@gmail.com

    Or join their facebook site

    DUTCHESS DEMOCRATIC WOMEN'S CAUCUS is an independent, grassroots organization devoted to bringing more women into the political process and electing Democratic women to public office at every level in Dutchess County.

    The Caucus capitalizes on women’s energy, knowledge and financial resources to change the face of politics in Dutchess County and, by extension, the Hudson Valley. Women are vastly underrepresented in America’s legislative bodies and political organizations. Our voices help to revitalize and refocus the political debate.

    DDWC welcomes as members enrolled Democrats from every part of Dutchess County and beyond, from every walk of life and every constituency.

    For more information, please contact us at info@ddwc.org

    Orange County Democratic Women:

    OCDW was established to create a more equitable representation and participation of women in all levels of the Democratic party and in all levels of Government.

    Since its inception, OCDW has been working to make this happen for women all over Orange County. Women are running for Federal, State, County, Town and Local elections in increasing numbers and winning.

    Orange County Democratic Women is organized around a Board of Directors who meet regularly o set policy. But the largest part of the organization is its volunteers. Members come from all over Orange County. They are working women, stay-at-home moms, professionals, young women, senior citizens, office holders, candidates and women new to politics. They are all women who want change.

    For more information phone: 845.294.3139

    Putnam Valley Democrats:

    It is the mission of the Putnam Valley Democratic Committee to ensure that every Putnam Valley Democrat is served by a visible, organized, geographically representative Democratic Committee that reaches out year-round to its community, recruits quality Democratic candidates for every appointed and elected position in its purview, turns out voters to elect those candidates to office, and supports those candidates in advocating for Democratic Party values both as candidates and in their sworn public roles.

    Contact PV Democratic Committee Chair at pvdems@optonline.net


    I also want to highlight where you can get biodiesel fuel in and around the 19th District.

    Taylor Oil Inc., 28 Tinker Town Rd, Dover Plains, NY, 12522, 845-877-9343, Offers B20 (Good in ANY diesel engine), CREDIT CARDS OK; 24 hrs.


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