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Deutsch Campaign Claims ‘Suppression of the Jewish Vote’

The campaign of congressional contender Chaim Deutsch is reporting a "big suppression of the Jewish vote" in Kensington and Crown Heights in today's election. Promises to have a tent outside a church poll site were not kept. Full Story

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crazy
June 23, 2020 5:30 pm

i think there needs to be a re-election done fairly.

The Resident in E Flatush
June 23, 2020 5:40 pm

I am the person who went to vote and spoke with them. I do want to correct the image of the voting booth. The attendants present were VERY friendly and accommodating. They were dealing with bureaucracy that was beyond their control.

voting
June 23, 2020 5:45 pm

It’s more important to go vote no matter where it is.

a bewildered Anthropoid
June 23, 2020 8:00 pm

What ever happened to separation of Church and State?

This is federal crime
June 23, 2020 9:08 pm

Tampering with the vote is punishable with jail time yet suddenly there are no consequences when it’s the Jewish vote, or when it was the republican vote.. Silencing the Jewish voice, silencing a party’s voice has, historically, been an ominous precursor to fascist regimes. Swift action needs to be taken. This should engage our interest far more than the opening up of restaurants. Wake up people!

The new world
Reply to  This is federal crime
June 23, 2020 11:26 pm

The new world is to silence all normalcy. They will do the same to our great president. He should declare that he’s not conceding unless he loses by 50 million votes. A professor that’s a dem already has spoken in Congress, that for sure a minimum of 25-30 million votes are going to be stolen and he’s a DEM

History lesson
June 23, 2020 10:47 pm

Can you please explain to me in clear understandable terms why I’m being told that if I vote in the congressional elections as a republican, my vote doesn’t count. I was told that it’s considered as a wasted vote in Brooklyn.
Thank you

not enough Republicans
Reply to  History lesson
June 24, 2020 12:53 am

Because whoever has the most votes wins the election and there are 850,000 democrats in brooklyn and 100,000 republicans so there will never ever be a race that has more republican votes then democrat votes.

You can vote for the Republican in November
Reply to  History lesson
June 24, 2020 1:23 am

But in this district the Republican has no chance whatsoever of winning. Whoever won the Democratic primary today (Clarke) will win the seat in November, no matter what. To borrow a phrase, the Democrat could shoot someone in broad daylight on Fifth Avenue and she would still defeat whichever Republican bothers to run against her. So the only way you can actually have a chance of affecting the result is to vote in the only election where Clarke is at least in principle vulnerable, which is the Democrat primary.

Conservative Republican registered Democrat !!!
June 24, 2020 1:44 pm

I was given 2 ballots to choose candidates from, one had all the Demokracic presidential candidates plus all the delegates to the Demokracik convention, which I couldn’t care a less about and left blank. The other form was the same. So I went back to the desk and asked the woman where’s the ballot for the congressional race and she reluctantly handed me the proper ballot.

I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s a conspiracy among all the (black) workers there, especially these days!

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