DO NOT VOTE FOR SOMEONE JUST BECAUSE THEIR A REPUBLICAN OR A CONSERVATIVE, ONE REPUBLICAN/CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE ACTUALLY PREFORMED A TOEVAH "MARRIAGE"Bolded candidates are people you should vote for
candidates in pink are the ones you should not vote for:
and you should oppose even more then normal candidates and should not get your vote in these elections no matter what.
people who I have reason to believe is good but have no proof are printed normally
endorsing, not sure bad,
When there is only 1 democrat candidate on the ballot write in "no gay "marriage"
NY State Ballot Proposals#1 casino gambling
vote no see letter from rabbis
#6 raising the age of voting
vote yes, in general the older a judge the more moral he is
NYC EndorsementsCity Wide Offices
It's a tremendous mitzva to vote for Erick Salgado (look carefully for his name on the ballot on the Brooklyn ballot it's all the way at the end in the 2nd line)
don't vote for
Robert Maresca is running on the conservative line which generally is good on the issue (but as you can see by the judges and Lhota not always)
John Burnett is good on moral issues
Brooklyn wide offices
Elias Weir is strongly committed to fighting toevah
New York Supreme Court (courts are very important, remember they allowed toevah "marriage" in NJ)
Ross Brady is good on morality
Betty J. Williams is running as a pro toevah candidate
- In 2010, she was approved or found qualified by: the Independent Judicial Election Qualification Commission, Judicial Screening Committee for the Democratic Party In and For Kings County, Lambda Independent Democrats of Brooklyn, Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Association of Greater New York, and Joint Screening Committee of the City Bar Association of New York and the Brooklyn Bar Association. In 2011, she was found qualified for the Supreme Court by Judicial Screening Committee for the Democratic Party In and For Kings County, the 52nd Assembly District County Committee, Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Association of Greater New York,
City Council Races
Borough Park/Flatbush/Bensonhurst (44th City Council District) This is the most important race in NY City
Joseph Hayon is a Orthodox Jew who believes in the Torah, he has been a leading fighter against the toevah movement for the past few years. He was one of the few Orthodox Jews to actually go down to Albany to lobby against same gender "marriage" and helped in getting out the message to vote against David Weprin, and Lew Fidler. He even helped out the only Kosher Candidate in a Democrat Primary for a Congressional Race solely in Queens. (see psak later in the article). If elected he would be the strongest opponent of toevah elected to office anywhere in NY State.
Marine Park/Flatbush (46th City Council District)
Anthony Testaverde is against it
Bensonhurst/Flatbush/Sea Gate (47th City Council District)
Mark Treyger supports gay "marriage"
both his opponents are against toevah, Republican Party Candidate Andrew Sullivan, and School Choice Party Candidate Connis Mobley.
Brooklyn Uncontested City Council Races
they all support toevah "marriage" write in "no gay marriage"
Queens Borough Park President
Queens City Council district 24 (Kew Garden Hills, Jamaica Estates, Hillcrest, Briarwood)
Alexander Blishteyn is against toivah
Queens City Council district 31 (Far Rockway)
Donovan Richards supports toevah "marriage"
Bronx Borough President
Ruben Diaz JR. (his father is good not him) Supports same gender "marriage"
Manhattan Borough President
Staten Island Race
Staten Island Borough President
James Oddo the good he refused to vote for a toeava "marriage" resolution: the bad he didn't vote against it and voted for other toevah laws
Don't vote for anyone else because their probobly worse
Staten Island City Council race (50th City Council District)
Monsey Area Elections
Rockland County Executive
- When asked by the Rockland County Times about the sometimes controversial topic of gay marriage, Judge Fried did not have a very controversial response, as LaCorte implied he might. He said, “I support legislation approved by governor and legislature last year — people who wish to marry should be able to. I believe in strong families and I believe in children. As judge I was called on to perform marriages since the change in law and I was proud to do so.”
write in no gay "marriage"
Barbara Buono was the prime sponsor of a bill mandating teaching about homosexuality to kids, Chris Christie signed it in to law even though he was shown how the bill would force kids to learn about homosexuality
District 6 (Cherry Hill)
George R. Fisher
District 11 (Deal)
Caroline Casagrande the good voted against same gender "marriage" the bad she voted to ban therapy that helps people overcome same sex attraction
District 18 (Highland Park, Edison)
David Stahl supports same gender "marriage"
write in no gay "marriage"
- "I am relieved by the SCOTUS's decision to overturn DOMA. To me this is a civil rights issue. Everyone should have equal rights under the law."
Robert A. Bengivenga
District 20 (Elizabeth)
District 33 (Union City)
District 34 ( Clifton)
Nia H. Gill voted for same gender "marriage"
Joseph S. Cupoli
Michael C. Urciouli
District 36 (Passaic)
Brian A. Fitzhenry
Gary Schaer voted to ban therapy that helps people overcome same sex attraction
District 37 ( Englewood, Teaneck, Tenafly)
Paul A. Duggen
prime sponsor of a bill mandating teaching children about homosexuality, prime sponsor NJ's Euthanasia law
District 38 ( Bergenfield, Fair Lawn, Paramus)
Fernando A. Alonso
Joseph Lagana supports same gender "marriage"
Joseph J. Scarpa