The race was waged between an attorney named Kalman Yeger and a social worker named Yoni Hikind.
As the campaign moves to the finish line, with less than a month left, one finds a number of significant new developments emerging among Jewish voters.
Voting for Jewish politicians is no longer a privilege reserved for the Democrats. Throughout New York, Jewish Republican candidates are popping up throughout the state in local and state primaries and as candidates on the ballots for the big November elections.
I was trying to organize a Jewish conspiracy, but we couldn’t agree on anything. (Satirical)