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    Community PAC Backs Hamilton

    The Crown Heights Jewish Community Coalition endorsed State Senator Jesse Hamilton in the New York primaries election, Thursday. Full Story

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    Joe D
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    Joe D

    Jesse is a great guy and actually gets things done even if that doesn’t please the progressive mafia. #VoteJesse.

    Question:
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    Question:

    What about his most recent 911 bill am I supposed to support??
    For those who don’t know whatThe bill is just Google it.

    Just for the unity
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    Just for the unity

    I am not as well schooled as the PAC, and I don’t really go for this kissing up, HOWEVER, in this particular case, we have an opportunity to vote as a bloc, and show the politicians that our vote CAN count

    Republican
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    Republican

    I would vote for him, but can’t in the primary.
    If you are a registered Democrat please go vote for him. He’s actually done a good job and deserves your vote.

    Go Vote Today
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    Go Vote Today

    For anyone who thinks, oh I will stay home my vote doesnt count, this is the farthest thing from the truth. Elections have been won by a mere 10 votes. Bottom line Jesse has been there from day one. His opponent is a puppet and does not care about our community.
    On another note, it is VERY important to Vote for Kathy Hochul for Lieutenent Governor, her opponent is radical and will change things in our State drastically.
    Please go out and VOTE

    Mommy
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    Mommy

    I wish you would post the list earlier, and that PAC should be sending leaflets to the homes that everyone should see it

    Message to CHPAC
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    Message to CHPAC

    1) Why not hold public meetings for the Jewish community quarterly, throughout the year at various shuls to address issues effecting Jewish residents. 2) Should the CHPAC be elected by the Jewish community’s residents since the CHJCC may be prohibited from making political endorsements 3) Would it be better for the CHPAC to have a “Jewish Senate” for political purposes, whereby every Rabbi from every shul in CH has a vote, five representatives from Hatzolah, five representatives from Shomrim ? 4) Over $115 million dollars of NYS Public funds went to affordable housing for supportive housing for homeless, drug addicts… Read more »

    CHPAC
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    CHPAC

    My comments reflect my views as an individual only.

    Yaacov Yudewitz
    Member of Kingsbrook Jewish Shul

    Really no point in speaking who to vote about
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    Really no point in speaking who to vote about

    If people aren’t registered to vote !! Crown Heights needs an organized aggressive Voter Registration Drive . There are literally HUNDREDS of local girls & bochorim of voting age who must be registered. For those that learn out of town they can vote with absentee ballots for big elections. There should be tables set up on Kingston to register voters – many students have left already so grab them when they are next home ( Pesach time ?) But the students that are learning here, as well as local citizens, should be registered before this November. Since we have seen… Read more »

    Most important info left out
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    Most important info left out

    WHERE CAN WE VOTE. I used to vote at the school at president and brooklyn. I went this morning and it was closed.

    I also used to vote there & received mail this summer
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    I also used to vote there & received mail this summer

    saying to vote at Public School next to Bais Rivka – 330 Crown
    But where you vote depends on your address
    It is a mystery to me why the new correct voter stations have not been publicized !
    It’s not too late – can COL please post ASAP so those who want to vote can still go ??

    Where to vote
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    Where to vote

    If you are registered you can find out your location at https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov/VoterDetailScreen.aspx

    Just voted at public school near Bais Rivka
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    Just voted at public school near Bais Rivka

    Was totally uncrowded – go now

    Find Your Polling Station
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    Find Your Polling Station

    1) https://nyc.pollsitelocator.com/search

    2) Put in your address and PRESS LOOK UP ADDRESS

    3) When your address pops up, look to the right of it at a very very small circle with a “greater than” sign in the circle
    ( > )

    4) Left Click on the little circle to the right of your address which just populated

    5) Polling station data should appear

    Jay from LI

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