DID Endorsements for the June 25, 2024 Primary

The June 25, 2024 Primary is for the following public office positions:

  • U.S. Senate for New York
  • NY Congressional District 10
  • NY State Senate District 27
  • NY State Assembly
    • District 61
    • District 65
    • District 66
  • Democratic State Committee Members - Female and Male
    • District 61
    • District 65
    • District 66
  • New York Civil Court
    • Judicial District 1
    • Judicial District 2
    • Countywide - two seats

Key Dates and Links

June 15 - 23 - Early Voting Find your poll site here
June 25 - Primary Election Day: Find your poll site here
For more information go to the 2024 Political Calendar

Public Office Endorsements

The following endorsements were made at the January 31, 2024 DID Member Endorsement Meeting:

  • U.S. Senate - Sen Kirsten Gillibrand
  • NY CD-10 - Rep Daniel Goldman
  • NYS Senate  SD-27 - Sen Brian Kavanagh
  • NY State Assembly
    • District 61 - AM Charles Fall
    • District 65 - AM Grace Lee
    • District 66 - AM Deborah Glick
  • Democratic State Committee Members
    • District 61 F -  Jill Goodkind
    • District 61 M - Akm Mike Bhuiyan
    • District 65 F -  Victoria Lee
    • District 65 M - Wei-Li Tsong
    • District 66 F -  Rachel Lavine
    • District 66 M - Benjamin Yee

Judicial Civil Court Endorsements

The following judicial endorsements for Civil Court were made at a DID Membership Endorsement Meeting on February 13th, 2024:

Municipal Court District 1 - Ilona Coleman

Municipal Court District 2 - Harold Bahr

Countywide Vacancy Seat 1 - Allison Greenfield

Countywide Vacancy Seat 2 - Malaika Scott-McGloughlin

(The Judicial Committee initially recommended Crystal Villaseñor. After that recommendation, Ms Villaseñor withdrew from consideration.)

Countywide Incumbent - Hon. Lou Nock

On Sunday, February 4th, the DID Judicial Committee conducted interviews of the judicial candidates. Recording of those interviews can be seen here. (Passcode: MJK@3$!s)

On February 5th, seven downtown Manhattan clubs co-hosted a judicial forum. The participating candidates and their materials can be found here: Downtown Democratic Club Civil Court Judicial Forum.

Recording of that forum can be seen here.

After extensive work and consideration of the qualifications of the many well-qualified candidates, and following that forum, the DID Judicial Committee reviewed, debated, and voted recommendations for endorsement, which were presented to the DID membership at the February 13th endorsement meeting.