From Tracey Keij-Denton:
Hi NYC political friends,

I’m pretty sure Cuomo is going to beat Paladino, but I’m seriously concerned about the polls this morning on the races for AG & Comptroller.  Eric Schneiderman and Tom Dinapoli are tied with their well-funded opponents. Eric and Tom are both great Democrats and this should not be happening in progressive New York:

Tonight: I’ll be at the “coordinated campaign” to help Eric and Tom and other Democrats in tight races.  Want to join me? Replay to this email, or text me (mobile number below).  The campaign office is at Hotel Trades, 305 West 44th Street, between 8th & 9th. If you walk in, you’ll figure out where you are supposed to be. (Closer to 8th – take any train to Times Square).  The number there is 212-245-8100.

Tomorrow: Lots of ways to volunteer, including making calls from home:

Wednesday: Join us for a Big Linkup at Irish Rogue to discuss election results:  7pm, 356 West 44th between 8th & 9th. RSVP here:

Let’s work hard, hope for the best, and keep the faith – short term and long term.
~ Tracey

Tracey Keij-Denton
Executive Director
Democracy for NYC

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