Volunteer with SDNYC to help Get Out The Vote (GOTV) and support the progressive Democrats our club is proud to have endorsed in the upcoming elections! 

Sign up below to join us at SDNYC's upcoming GOTV events!

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Click Here To RSVP to Join Us at Any (or ALL!) of the below volunteer opportunities!

Can't make it to any of these GOTV events but still want to help? 

Volunteers Needed TODAY to Get Out The Vote!

Federal Primary Election – TODAY – June 28, 2016

The below candidates have been endorsed by SDNYC, are facing Democratic challengers in today's primary election, and need our help to GET OUT THE VOTE!

See below for When/Where to Volunteer to Get Out The Vote for SDNYC Endorsed Congressional Candidates TODAY:

Jon Kaiman (CD 3)


5-9pm (phone bank)



Offices of Zimmerman Edelson, 5 Bond St., Great Neck, NY (walking distance from the LIRR)


Nydia Velazquez (CD 7)





Subway Station Locations:

2nd Ave (F Train)

Delancey St (F Train)

Essex St (J/M/ZTrains)

1st Ave (L Train)

  Campaign Office:

  228 E 3rd Street

Jerry Nadler (CD 10)


NOW until the polls close at 9pm



40 west 75th St (between Amsterdam & Columbus) or

  80 8th Ave, Suite 1802 (entrance on 14th street)

Carolyn Maloney (CD 12)





1st Ave & 20th St. 

1st ave and 16th St. 

Keith L.T. Wright (CD 13)


NOW until the polls close at 9pm






Subway Station Locations:

125th St. & Broadway

145th St. & Broadway

157th St. & Broadway

Polling Locations:

PS 153 (1750 Amsterdam Ave)

HCCL (267 W 152nd St)

PS 57 (176 E 115 St)

Sources are reporting very LOW turnout and there is still time to make a difference before polls close -- So please don’t wait, join SDNYC in supporting these candidates NOW! 


About Voting In Today's Election: Click the following links to learn more about the candidates, confirm that you are registered to vote in today's primary, and check your polling place.



March with SDNYC This Sunday!

March in the NYC Pride Parade this Sunday, June 26th!

Join SDNYC at the NYC Pride Parade this weekend & show your LGBT Pride all the way down 5th Ave!


See below for information about when/where to meet SDNYC to march with us on Sunday!

Section: Elected Officials (in front of section #1)
Group: #17
Meeting Location
38th St, between Madison and 5th Ave -- you must enter 38th St. at Madison Ave. on the East side. (look for the SDNYC signs when you arrive at 38th St.)


Meeting Time: We will begin meeting at 10am -- please arrive NO LATER than 11am
Parade Start Time: 12pm

*NYPD/parade organizers may not allow you to meet our group if you arrive after 11am.*

If there are any changes to this information, we will post an update on Facebook BUT to ensure you our updates please RSVP to march with SDNYC on the Pride page of our website or email us.

See below for a map of the parade route that also includes information about when/where to meet SDNYC to march with us on Sunday:



Join SDNYC at Vigil Tonight for the Victims in Orlando

Please join us this evening at a vigil to remember the lives lost and to stand with the survivors of the shooting in Orlando. Additional information and details about tonight are below and avialble on Facebook. Please note, we are encouraging attendees to bring LED candles for this evening’s vigil.

If you want to support the families of the victims, please visit for information about the go-fund-me account that has been set up.

For Immediate Release

Date: June 13, 2016



New York, New York: Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, Stonewall Democrats, and leaders of the New York LGBT community will come together to stand in solidarity with the survivors and the victims of the senseless attack in Orlando. The LGBT community in America and around the world is often the target of hate, but time and again has proven that love conquers hate. We will not run and hide, we will not cower to violence and we will continue to love and fight for full equality for all Americans.

WHO: LGBT Community Leaders and elected officials

WHAT: Vigil for the lives lost in Orlando

DATE: Monday, June 13, 2016

TIME: Remarks scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM

WHEREThe Stonewall Inn, 53 Christopher Street (Between Waverly Place and 7th Avenue South)

WHY: To bring together leaders in the LGBT community to both remember those we lost, and stand with the survivors of this senseless terrorist attack. Additionally, members of the LGBT community will call on Congress to stop standing in the way of reasonable gun control laws.


Puerto Rican Day Parade


Join Stonewall Democrats of NYC as we march in the Puerto Rican Day Parade this Sunday, June 12!

This year, the parade organizers have dedicated the march to the fight for LGBT equality on the island and SDNYC is proud to join our sisters and brothers in the Puerto Rican community this Sunday. SDNYC will meet at 11am on Sunday (location TBA) and we will join the larger LGBT contingent to march in the parade. 

Please RSVP below - we hope you can join us!

NOTE - You must RSVP by by this Saturday, June 11 to be registered to obtain a wristband to join the parade.

RSVP For Puerto Rican Day Parade
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The results are in!

Yesterday, more than 100 people attended SDNYC's endorsement meeting to hear from the dozens of candidates seeking our club's endorsement for NYS Senate and Assembly races. We pleased to announce that our membership voted to endorse the following candidates:

 NYS Assembly:

  • AD 25 - Nily Rozic
  • AD 34 - Michael Den Dekker
  • AD 36 - Aravella Simotas
  • AD 40 - Ron Kim 
  • AD 42 - Rodneyse Bichotte
  • AD 46 - Pamela Harris 
  • AD 52 - Jo Anne Simon
  • AD 55 - Latrice Walker
  • AD 57 - Walter Mosley
  • AD 61 - Matt Titone
  • AD 65 - Paul Newell
  • AD 66 - Deborah Glick
  • AD 67 - Linda Rosenthal
  • AD 68 - Robert Rodriguez
  • AD 69 - Danny O'Donnell
  • AD 70 - Inez Dickens
  • AD 71 - Herman Ferrell
  • AD 72 - Carmen de la Rosa 
  • AD 73 - Dan Quart
  • AD 75 - Richard Gottfried
  • AD 76 - Rebecca Seawright
  • AD 77 - Latoya Joyner
  • AD 78 - Jose Rivera
  • AD 79 - Michael Blake 
  • AD 81 - Jeff Dinowitz
  • AD 86 - Victor Pichardo
  • AD 87 - Luis Sepulveda 

 NYS Senate:

  • SD 10 - Adrienne Adams
  • SD 12 - Michael Gianaris
  • SD 14 - Leroy Comrie
  • SD 16 - Toby Ann Stavisky
  • SD 18 - Martin Dilan
  • SD 23 - Diane Savino
  • SD 26 - Daniel Squadron
  • SD 27 - Brad Hoylman
  • SD 28 - Liz Krueger
  • SD 29 - Jose Serrano
  • SD 31 - Micah Lasher
  • SD 33 - Gustavo Rivera
  • SD 36 - Katrina Asante

Thank you to all of the candidates that sought our endorsement and congratulations to those selected by SDNYC members yesterday evening!


NYS Senator Brad Hoylman speaking with SDNYC members at yesterday's endorsement meeting.  

NYS Senator Brad Hoylman speaking with SDNYC members at yesterday's endorsement meeting.  

SDNYC State Senate & Assembly Endorsement Meeting

 Candidate Questionaire Responses for SDNYC May 2016 Endorsement Meeting 

On May 25th eligible SDNYC members* will vote to endorse candidates for the NYS Senate and Assembly primary election, which is scheduled for September 13, 2016. 

This meeting is open to the public and you do not need to RSVP to attend, However, only eligible SDNYC members* will be able to vote at the meeting. 

Candidates interested in SDNYC's endorsement, please contact us to request our questionnaire and for information about opportunities to speak with our membership at the endorsement meeting. Please note, For all candidates except previously endorsed incumbents, this questionnaire must be submitted by end of day, Tuesday, May 24th in order to qualify for inclusion on the SDNYC endorsement ballot.


DATE: May 25th

TIME: 8:00PM - 9:30PM

LOCATION: The LGBT Center (208 W 13th St, Manhattan)

Click Here to share this event with your friends and RSVP on Facebook!


*Eligible Members Include: Current dues paying 2016 SDNYC members OR returning members defined as those that were 2014 and/or 2015 registered, dues paying SDNYC members. These returning members can qualify to vote by paying their 2016 membership dues online anytime or in person at the endorsement meeting where we will accept cash, credit card or check/money order made out to “Stonewall Democratic Club".

SDNYC Endorsements - 2016 Federal Primary Election

We are pleased to announce that the members of the Stonewall Democratic Club of NYC (SDNYC) have voted to endorse the following Federal Primary Election Candidates:

Congratulations to the candidates!

To be eligible for inclusion on SDNYC's endorsement ballot, candidates must have submitted our club's questionnaire or must have been an incumbent that SDNYC endorsed for their current seat last election cycle. Click the link below to view the questionnaire responses submitted by many of the candidates seeking our endorsement this evening.

SDNYC 2016 Federal Primary Election Candidate Questionnaire

Please don't forget to vote. The Federal Primary Election is scheduled for June 28th!