After a year of incredible unity and breakthroughs, Crown Heights is gearing for another event unseen in over ten years, elections for the Crown Heights Vaad Hakahol.
Following the unprecedented impact the Crown Heights Jewish community had on the recent Democratic Primary Elections, the Crown Heights United group responds to questions submitted by community members.
In the last election many people of Crown Heights complained about there being no Jewish Poll Workers at the sites where members of the community vote. We would like to change that with your help.
The United Crown Heights group of Askunim has published a letter to the community with an update on the results of the recent primary election.
Reports are arriving at United Crown Heights from multiple people that they are being told that they are not able to vote for a variety of excuses. Do not let them convince you, and call the helpline.
The Democrats Socialists of America (DSA) have made Crown Heights GROUND ZERO in their efforts to take over the city, they have invested hundreds of thousands to take our neighborhood and tens of millions to take over the city. There is a serious chance that Michael Hollingsworth will be our councilmember due to a huge turnout at polling locations in DSA strongholds like Park Slope, which shares the council district with Crown Heights.
Primary Election Today: In a show of Crown Heights unity not seen in more than twenty years, all Crown Heights Askanim have come together under the banner of United Crown Heights and endorsed candidates as a single unit, bringing the voting power of Crown Heights to the polls.
To help Crown Heights residents vote, community volunteers have arranged rides for anyone unable to make it on their own, and ask that you email them at Anashvoting@gmail.com, or call them at (323) 316-5224 to schedule a ride.
CrownHeights.info would like to remind the Crown Heights community that today, Sunday, is the last day of early voting in the Democratic primaries.
As the crucial June 22nd primary election draws near, and early voting is well underway, the Crown Heights Beis Din has published a letter encouraging the community to vote.
To help the community navigate the ins and outs of this upcoming election, United Crown Heights has launched saveourshchuna.com, where community members can easily find instructions for voting, sample ballots, and endorsements.
Yup, it’s simple. No vote, No Voice, No complaints when the elected officials don’t care what you need, want, or think. See for yourself.
Following a video released that appeared to show Eric Adams saying he would follow in the path of David Dinkins, United Crown Heights sets the record straight, and doubles down on their endorsement.
A United front of Crown Heights activists and politicians have come together to endorse and urge the Crown Heights community to vote in the upcoming June 22nd election. In it’s first endorsement, the United group focuses on the 35th City Council District race.
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Crown Heights healthcare executive and activist Yosef Hershkop, summarizes what everyone needs to know about the upcoming 2021 elections. The who, what, when, where, how, and why, all in summary.
Hate getting spammed by every Raffle and Tzedaka organization in Chabad? A Beleaguered Donor finally had enough, and tracked down those responsible.