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Kean and Menendez Next Wednesday

In sequential appearances at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Shalom, 193 Mount Pleasant Avenue in Livingston, N.J.

Panelists questioning the candidates are

David Twersky is the Director of International Affairs/Council for World Jewry at American Jewish Congress; former Editor in Chief, New Jersey Jewish News.

Michelle Bobrow is a Board Member of the League of Women Voters of NJ, past Chair, State Public Affairs Committee, Essex County Chapter of National Council of Jewish Women. (Michelle, are you still on the NCJW national board?).

John Atlas is board president of the National Housing Institute, which supports organizations engaged in affordable housing and economic development. He is former Executive Director of Passaic Legal Services, and he is currently writing a book on democracy and the poor.

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