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Will women get a vote?
August 18, 2020 10:36 pm

How will women have a voice in choice of rabbonim or va’ad hakol?

Rabbi Meir Kahane
August 17, 2020 10:44 am

VOTE TRUMP 2020
REMEMBER WHAT HE HAS DONE FOR ERETZ YISROEL, AT THE HOUSE OF DARKNESS-THE UN, AND IRAN AND OTHER ENEMIES…

BIDEN WILL UNDO IT ALL

PLEASE READ - THE ISSUES ARE
August 18, 2020 7:23 pm

I am not able to participate in the Zoom call tonight, but in my humble opinion, these are the steps that must be taken : We need a very aggressive serious Voter Registration Drive both for ALL of our community members and for the many girls and bochurim that learn or live or work out of town or out of the country. Absentee ballots are going to be big this year – all of those eligible to vote but who will be away from NY or are not comfortable voting in person should apply for these ASAP. Someone on the… Read more »

Registration changed and changed back
August 18, 2020 8:37 pm

As requested, I changed my registration to Democrat and voted for Chaim Deutsch and Jesse Hamilton. When this accomplished nothing at all, I changed my registration back to Republican.

Bsd
August 18, 2020 9:24 pm

We will never vote Democrat never they are anti Torah anti hashem anti everything we jews believe in

You are not being asked to vote Democrat
Reply to  Bsd
August 19, 2020 7:40 pm

You are not being asked to vote Democrat ch”v. You are being asked to register as a Democrat, so that you can vote in the Democrats’ primaries, which are the only election that counts around here. At the general election you can and should continue to vote Conservative or Republican, with only one exception: If and when a supporter of our community, such as Chaim Deutsch, wins a Democrat primary, then and only then should you vote for that candidate in the general election.

This is just part of the problem
August 19, 2020 8:40 pm

What has the Democratic Party done for either the Jewish or African-American communities in NY 9th District? The public funds never end up reaching Brooklyn neighborhoods. There is a two party system in the USA for a reason. If one fails the people, vote for the other one. This insanity is exactly why I am a registered Republican. The more diversity of the vote, the more likely the GOP will run candidates in the district.

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