My 5 Favorite #NYPrimary Fan-Events Over the Weekend

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There is a LOT of primary events going on in New York right now. And I mean a lot, a lot. That kind of a lot, where I will need Hermione Granger’s time-turner to even have enough time to make a list.

Some of them are official, but the vast majority are events hosted by volunteers and supporters. Luckily, both the Sanders campaign (here) and the Clinton campaign (here) post all these events on their official websites, so go ahead and browse around.

In the meanwhile, I have made a list of my 5 Favorite #NYPrimary Fan-Events Over the Weekend. The list is by no means complete, but I couldn’t resist sharing some of these jewels with you.

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Events: Young Women for Hillary NYC

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

[Young Women for Hillary]

Politics in the Square

There is a LOT to read about the ongoing election, but my favorite  part is observing it by just wandering around the city. Union Square is an especially fruitful hunting ground.

Wandering around there last weekend, I made three observations:

  1. Bernie-supporters are very visible on the streets.
  2. As are anti-trump activists.
  3. I have never actually seen Hillary-supporters anywhere on the street. Seems not to be their thing.
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This artful pro-Bernie also supports Occupy Wall Street.
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This chalk painting wants to warn passersby.
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These “Bullswax” figures are meant as political satire, but can also be used as grind wax for skateboards.
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Look closely, these pigeons are not real! The artists who made them seems to be a Bernie-supporter.
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She does rats as well.

Events: Super Tuesday on Good Morning America

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Good Morning America
is looking to get 30-40 supporters from each campaign to be in the audience for their SuperTuesday coverage from 6:00am-9:00am on Tuesday at their Times Square Studio.

Interested supporters are asked to arrive at the studio between 6am and 6:30am. During the show, ABC will be selecting some of the supporters to talk about why they support their candidates.

Good Morning America Times Square Studio at 1500 Broadway

Tuesday March 1st, 6:00am-9:00am

[ABC]