Photos: Assemblyman Dov Hikind Campaigns with Brad Lander in Borough Park


brad-lander-dov-hikind[Photos below.] New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind campaigned today with Brad Lander, candidate for City Council in Brooklyn’s 39th District, which encompasses parts of Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Kensington, and Borough Park. Hikind and Lander greeted voters on 13th Avenue in Borough Park.

“Brad Lander has the experience and commitment to get things done,” said Assemblyman Hikind. “He is a long-time leader in preserving and creating affordable housing, supporting small businesses, advocating for social services for people in need, and protecting the quality-of-life of neighborhoods. We don’t agree on every issue — but on issues that matter to our neighborhoods, he is the best choice for City Council.”

“Assemblyman Hikind provides strong leadership for the Borough Park community,” said Lander. “He is an outspoken advocate for his constituency, and a champion in the fight against anti-Semitism. He has had the courage to confront abuse in his community. And he has supported a wide range of chesed organizations that bring the community together to provide essential social services.”

Assemblyman Hikind was first elected in 1982, and has run unopposed since, to represent the 48th Assembly District, which includes Borough Park, Dyker Heights, and sections of Flatbush.

Lander has been endorsed by a wide range of Borough Park leaders, including Yaakov Daskal, Allan Dubrow, Yiztchok Fleischer, Rabbi Bernard Freilich, Moishe Gold, Pesach Greenberg, Joe Lazar, Alexander Rapaport, Yussi Rieder, Yeruchim Silber, and Sam Stober.

To view photos of today’s visit, see below:

[slideshow id=9]

{Elisha Newscenter}