Primary Day

Candidates Face Off For ‘Super-Jewish’ District

In Brooklyn, Felder seeks Conservative write-in support against Republican Storobin; young guns take on establishment in Thursday’s busy legislative primary day.
09/10/2012 - 20:00
Assistant Managing Editor

New Yorkers will make an unusual trip to the polls on a Thursday for this week’s primary because the original Tuesday date coincided with the anniversary of 9/11, on which politics is customarily eschewed.

As usual, there’s lots of action in Brooklyn as the fight heats up for the newly created “super-Jewish” state Senate district encompassing most of Flatbush and Borough Park.

Abraham Tischler, left, and his brother, Moshe, hope to defeat established Brooklyn Jewish pols to serve in the state legislatur
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