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  |  October 15, 2019

Candidate Walks Down Kingston

New York City candidate for Public Advocate Eric Ulrich walked the streets of Crown Heights ahead of election day to meet neighborhood residents. Full Story, Photos

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CROWN HEIGHTS, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE!
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CROWN HEIGHTS, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE!

If you don’t vote, don’t complain later!

To all the complainers
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To all the complainers

This is your chance to DO something about the situation.
VOTE TOMORROW!

If everyone votes and he wins...
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If everyone votes and he wins...

Maybe we’ll FINALLY have someone to speak up for us!

YOU MUST VOTE
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YOU MUST VOTE

Why does this post have 0 comments but when something happens you have 300 comments saying “oy vey why isn’t anything being done”. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! Go Vote tomorrow (Tuesday). If he doesn’t win and you didn’t vote then don’t come crying later.

Voter Registration Drive should begin now !!
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Voter Registration Drive should begin now !!

Every single elegible voter must register – that includes the HUNDREDS of girls & bucharim who learn out of town or are on Shlichos but who can vote thru Absentee Ballots When your kids come home for Pesach, get them registered .. With a little bit of caring and planning, Crown Heights could become a legitimate voting block & THAT is where the power is !!! Other communities provide rides to the polls to encourage everyone to vote – Can we please get our act together and stop kvetching ?!?

ID ?
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ID ?

What ID do you need to bring to vote tomorrow?

If you don't vote, you have no right to complain later
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If you don't vote, you have no right to complain later

Talk is cheap.
Action means you care.

I care about Crown Heights
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I care about Crown Heights

As a result, I vote in elections.

Do you cry and whine about antisemitism in the streets?
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Do you cry and whine about antisemitism in the streets?

If yes, what do you do about it?

You dont need ID to vote
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You dont need ID to vote

You just have to be registered to vote. You walk in and give your name and address. It’s simple.

There's one thing you could do to affect public policy and safety:
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There's one thing you could do to affect public policy and safety:

And that is: VOTE!

Hashem said pray, and then do your השתדלות
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Hashem said pray, and then do your השתדלות

If you complain about things but don’t vote (i.e. the השתדלות), do you really believe in Hashem?… Hmmm….

We'll see how many CH residents I see tomorrow at the polls
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We'll see how many CH residents I see tomorrow at the polls

That’ll determine whether people have finally decided to wake up and start caring.

can i vote?
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can i vote?

i just registered online , it says i will be notified when complete. can i still vote tomorrow?

What election is this?
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What election is this?

Does it matter what party, a person is registered under?

To 11
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To 11

You can possibly call the board of election or just go to location where you would vote and see if they have you on record already.

Hopefully 'Eric Urlich' will be The Next NYC Mayor
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Hopefully 'Eric Urlich' will be The Next NYC Mayor

He has his scences & ideology in The Right place

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