Eric Adams Prays for Success in Mayor’s Race During Ohel Visit

NYC Mayoral candidate Eric Adams visited the Rebbe’s Ohel on Sunday, Gimmel Tammuz, where he prayed for success in the upcoming race. He was accompanied by Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky and Crown Heights activists.

By Anash.org reporter

NYC Mayoral candidate Eric Adams visited the Rebbe’s Ohel on Sunday, Gimmel Tammuz, as thousands visited to mark the Rebbe’s yom hilula.

Adams, who is running to be the Democratic nominee for mayor, was accompanied by Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky.

Previously, Adams met with Crown Heights activists in a meet-and-greet, where they threw their full support behind him, and a number of the same activists accompanied him on the visit.

During his visit, he prayed for success in the upcoming race, and read a number of chapters of Tehillim. After exciting the Ohel, he spoke about the Rebbe, and how his legacy continues to be felt in New York and beyond until today.

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