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District Leader’s Report

Democrats Poised to Take State Senate Majority:
A Briefing by Jake Dilemani, Lexington Club District Leader

Polls are still open – have you voted yet?

There’s still time to vote – click here to find your polling site and join the Lex Club for a post-primary victory party.

An Editorial on the Second Avenue Subway from Dan Quart

Our Assemblymember highlights the importance of completing the length of the entire Second Avenue Subway line as quickly as possible.

The Lex Club has been nominated for Club of the Year!

Join the Lexington Democratic Club this coming Monday at the Apollo Theater for the second annual Demmy Awards! Click here for more information.

Post-Petitioning Brunch and Other Rewards

Come petitioning tomorrow morning, June 7, and join us for brunch afterward!

Petitioning Season is Here!

Read this post for our petitioning schedule through the month of June, and come join us in getting our elected officials on the ballot!

June 3: Assemblymember Dan Quart’s Forum on Afterschool Programs

Assemblymember Dan Quart will be hosting a forum on afterschool programs at Robert F. Wagner Middle School (220 East 76th Street) on Tuesday, June 3 at 6:30pm.

2014 Club Endorsements and Judicial Delegate Slate

For a drop-in vote, the scene at the Local 46 Metallic Lathers union hall was quite lively.

About the Lexington Club

Founded in 1949, Lexington was the first Reform Club, serving as a model for the movement that came to dominate Democratic politics in Manhattan. The club spans all of the 73rd Assembly District, which includes the Upper East Side, Midtown East, Turtle Bay and Sutton Place.