He isn’t invited because there are “candidates who ran on a robust progressive agenda and proudly sought election as members of our conference.”
The cover of an Orthodox newspaper in Brooklyn ran the headline in inch-high red letters: “ATTACK ON OUR YESHIVAS!”
Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
In the November 2018 election, Democrats took back control of the New York State Senate — and with it, a large chunk of Hasidic power.
“Simcha Felder is very comfortable in his skin,” said one political consultant.
With Democrats poised to retake the New York State Senate, the key swing vote, Sen. Simcha Felder, appears to have lost all his leverage.
Blake Morris crashed to defeat in his battle to unseat controversial state Sen. Simcha Felder.
Simcha Felder beats Blake Morris in a contentious Brooklyn State Senate race with a large Orthodox community.
“They’re trying to use fear mongering,” said a fair election advocate about anonymous ads warning yeshivas will close if Simcha Felder loses Thursday.
The insurgent challenging rogue Democrat Simcha Felder says he is counting on support from “secret” Orthodox voters to make the difference in a heated Brooklyn state senate primary battle.