Three Parks Independent Democrats has been an
active and vigorous participant in Upper West Side politics for
more than 35 years.
If you are a registered Democrat and live or work on the Upper
West Side, especially if your voting address is in the 69th Assembly
District, then you should join Three Parks
- Organizing forums for neighborhood residents to hear from candidates
running for public office.
- Registering thousands of new voters and informing
West Side residents about issues facing our community.
- Advocating for rent regulations, affordable
housing, tenants' rights, public education and contextual zoning.
- Organizing against harmful budget cuts in social services proposed
by the City, state and national leadership.
- Working with community and statewide groups on health care, environmental, energy, and public safety issues.
Help us preserve and strengthen
our progressive Democratic agenda:
- Support public education
- Moritorium on charter schools
- Preserve choice
- Stop Fracking
- Close Indian Point
- Preserve Social Security and Medicare
- Strengthen gun control
- Fight for affordable housing
- Maintain rent regulations
- Protect our air and water
- Monitor local development
- Preserve civil liberties
- Oppose the death penalty
- Work for world peace
- Promote diversity and equal rights
Want to play a role in these issues and
in electing responsible people, but you don't know where to start?
PARKS INDEPENDENT DEMOCRATS TODAY!
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Club meetings are held at the American
Youth Hostel at 891 Amsterdam Avenue (between 103rd & 104th
Streets) at 8:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of
Public meetings regularly feature informed speakers and local elected
officials who discuss the critical issues facing the West Side,
New York City, New York State and the nation. Our Club meetings
also serve as an informal place to meet other people interested
in good government and dedicated to rebuilding a strong, progressive
Merle McEldowney, President
Daniele Gerard, First VP
Lynn Max, Second VP
Bob Botfeld, District Leader
Cynthia Doty, District Leader
Lynn Thomas, State Committee
Daniel Marks Cohen, State Committee
Board of Directors
Our Community is Represented By: