Crown Heights Rabbonim Urge You to Vote

Rabbi Avrohom Osdoba and Rabbi Yosef Braun, members of the Crown Heights Beis Din, are encouraging all eligible voters to vote in the upcoming elections “for the safety of our community, the security of our mosdos.”

Rabbi Avrohom Osdoba and Rabbi Yosef Braun, members of the Crown Heights Beis Din, are encouraging all eligible voters to vote in the upcoming mayoral and city council elections.

“It has been brought to our attention that there is a special primary election on Tuesday, Yud Beis Tammuz (June 22nd),” Rabbis Osdoba and Braun wrote. “We suggest that all Crown Heights residents who are eighteen years and older go vote. Please encourage your spouse, children, neighbors, friends and family to vote.”

“Our community and our city are going through some very dangerous times. It is important for the safety of our community, the security of our mosdos and the wellbeing of the neighborhood as a whole that we go vote. Let’s make sure that we have representation who respects our values and way of life. We as a community must lend our voice in support of the safety and wellbeing of this city.

‘May we be zoche, that just as we do our part in unity to protect our brothers and sisters here in Crown Heights and throughout New York City, that Hashem will redeem us with the ultimate coming of Moshiach.

Community activists strongly encourage Crown Heights residents to vote between June 12 – 20, for a safer community and for the future of our yeshivos.

Common Questions about Voting:

How do I know if I am registered and as a democrat? Check your status here.

How do I know which city council district am I in? Check your address here.

How do I find my early voting or Election Day polling site? Click here

How can I see who is on my ballot so I know who to vote for? Click here

How do I request an absentee ballot? Click here

When is the deadline to request an absentee ballot? June 15th

When does Early Voting begin? Saturday, June 12th and runs through Sunday, June 20th.

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