The results were at times surprising…
I grew up in many ways more Jewish than Christian,’ says NYC mayoral candidate Shaun Donovan, the son of a Jewish-born immigrant from South America.
In some ways, the mayoral candidate’s $1,000 a month stipend sounds a lot like a kollel paycheck.
“This would not just be a campaign that involves me being the underdog. This is a campaign that would be fighting for the underdog.”
At Harvard he spent three stints in Antartica; he earned a Master’s degree in Polar Studies at Cambridge University.
All through her career, Katz tried her best to rule by consensus, a practice she called the “feminization of power.”
Moishe Indig has been a major focus of this year’s probe into whether the mayor made quid pro quo arrangements with Hasidic leaders.
Austin’s second Jewish mayor joins the wave of liberal mayors across the country fighting ICE, the feds, and even their own state houses.
The air in Austin “is sweet with tacos,” said Steve Adler.
Ex-NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg said that he did not run for president because his positions would have alienated voters from both parties.