On Friday I slid 300 letters under 300 doors in my Brooklyn Heights building. They were invitations for anyone in the neighborhood to come to a party I’m throwing on August 20 for a new friend, Daniel Squadron.

Daniel is a progressive candidate running for State Senate in my district. I met him a few weeks ago and was thoroughly impressed. He’s young, energetic, and blessed with new ideas that he wants to take to Albany. He has serious endorsements, a serious warchest, and serious supporters behind him (including Senator Chuck Schumer). My friends at the Working Families Party have chosen Daniel as one of their top races this year, because he could be a poster child for the WFP’s strategy of replacing “bad” Democrats (centrist, corporate, do-nothings) with “good” Democrats (progressive, responsive, high integrity).

If you live in Daniel’s district, you are welcome to come meet him. This party is NOT a fundraiser. It’s simply a chance to meet the guy who easily could become your next State Senator.

What: Drinks and snacks with Daniel Squadron

Where: Tate & Shawna’s place, probably in our courtyard – 110 Livingston St, Brooklyn

When: Wed, August 20, 8pm

Why: Mostly this is an excuse to get our friends together and have fun. But also New York’s Sept 9 primary is coming up, and Daniel Squadron wants your vote. So come talk with him about the issues facing Brooklyn and lower Manhattan.

RSVP by emailing me at tate – at – tatehausman d.o.t. com.

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