Democracy for New York City hosts election "after party" with Jim Dean at The Tank, 87 Lafayette Street between Walker and White.
What does DFNY stand for?
DFNY stands for Democracy for New York
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- Driver Free Native Printing
- Drop for Non Payment (tuition; various schools)
- Division of Forestry and Natural Resources (West Virginia University)
- Dairy Farmers of Nova Scotia (Canada)
- Defense Industries International, Inc. (Israel)
- Deutscher Forschungsverbund Neuropathischer Schmerz (German: German Research Network Neuropathic Pain)
- Debt-for-Nature Swap Initiative (forestry)
- Deutscher Franchise Nehmer Verband eV
Samples in periodicals archive:
Democracy for New York City's Fourth Annual "Summer Cocktail Reception" was all about Barack Obama.
Democracy for New York City’s decision to endorse neither State Senator Marty Connor nor his challenger--former Chuck Schumer aide Dan Squadron--has sparked an interesting debate among some stalwarts of the progressive Democratic community.
Democracy for New York City will have a Link Up at several locations throughout the city, including at Cosi’s at 2160 Broadway at 76th Street, Molly Pitcher’s Ale House at 1641 Second Avenue at 85th Street, and Ozzie’s at 249 Fifth Avenue in Brooklyn.
On Saturday and Sunday Democracy for New York carpools to campaign for Jimmy Dahroug for state senate in Suffolk County.
The Perkins camp can now point to the Broadway Democratic Club's vote of 34 - 12 in his favor earlier this month, the Park River Independent Democratic Club's lopsided vote of 46 - 6 last Thursday, and an endorsement, announced today, from Democracy for New York City - the political action committee spawned by Howard Dean's presidential campaign.
of course, but even more directly he has bequeathed us an insurgent political organization in the form of Democracy for New York.
“I’ve heard from varying sources that they are upset that she’s not even getting a slap on the wrist for this,” said Heather Woodfield, a registered Democrat and the director of Democracy for New York City, a group of Dean supporters.