A group of young women wants to show that not all “young gals” are supporting Bernie. They are kicking off “Young Women for Hillary NYC” tonight.
“Join us at Art Bar as we kick off Young Women for Hillary NYC! Over the coming months, there will be fun opportunities to volunteer and get involved alongside other passionate and motivated young women.”
Thursday, March 31, 7:00 pm
The Art Bar
52 8th Ave
New York, New York 10014
“Hillary is no stranger here. And she’s no stranger to the people of New York. We know her, we love her, and we can’t wait for her to be president.” – Chuck Schuemer, introducing his former Senate colleague Hillary Clinton
It’s twenty days until the New York primary, so we will see a lot more of the candidates in the next weeks.
For their kick-off event they have assembled a panel of campaign reporters for “a spirited, non-partisan discussion about the unprecedented nature of this year’s presidential election, what it means for the shape and tone of the presidency and what America might look like in four more years.”
Adam Serwer (BuzzFeed)
Micah Cohen (fivethirtyeight)
Suki Kim (The New Republic, author of Without You, There Is No Us)
Matt Katz (WNYC, The Christie Tracker, author of American Governor: Chris Christie’s Bridge to Redemption)
Moderated by Annie Karni (POLITICO)
After the panel, Housing Works is hosting a mixer, where everybody gets to chat with the political journalists.
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe,126 Crosby St
Thursday, March 31, 7:00 pm RSVP
You might have seen this viral video of Jimmy Kimmel mansplaining to Hillary Clinton already, but it’s just too good not to share.
Lately, there have been many examples of male reporters making comments about Clinton’s smile or voice and Kimmel found an excellent way to showcase what the last female candidate is facing on the campaign trail.