Party Enrolled In: Republican
Current Occupation: Teacher and Bookkeeper
Previous Occupation(s): Direct Care Worker, Medicaid Service Coordinator, Administrator Assistant
Education: I graduated elementary School from Yeshivat Ateret Torah. I graduated high school through a home schooling program. I earned my Associates Degree in Accounting from CUNY. Earned a teaching certificate from Torah Umesorah.
Organizational Affiliations: Republican Party, Brooklyn Tea Party, Jews for Morality, School Choice Party, and the "Do Not Vote for Christine Quinn Or Her Supporters" Party.
Prior Public Experience: While I was president of the Brooklyn Tea Party, I helped elect former Senator David Storobin. Storobin won by 13 votes in that election. Successfully advocated for a sponsor against the discriminatory Blaine Amendment (which discriminates against religious people).
1. What is the most important issue in Council District 44 you would address if elected?
I would fight hard to reinstate child care vouchers (also known as Priority 7 and Priority 5 vouchers).
2. What other important issues would you address if elected?
I would sponsor legislation to allow citizens to file criminal charges directly at the court house, just like Nassau County. This would help reduce crime.
3. What makes you the best candidate for this office?
I will give you my personal cell phone number so I can help you. With God's help after I am elected you will be able to call me directly. 347-692-5364
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