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For a non-presidential election, this year’s contest had an unusually high turnout for New York, as voters chose their federal and state representatives. Mirroring nationwide trends, the question for activists in Kew Gardens Hills was whether voters would mark their ballots down the party line or distinguish between a relatively unpopular Democratic governor and the more likable local candidates in the same party. Hochul ultimately was elected to a full term, becoming the first woman to be elected to serve New York State as governor.


 NEW YORK – Yeshiva University, the flagship Jewish university, is proud to celebrate its 2022 graduates with the school’s 91st commencement ceremony followed by a concert featuring acclaimed Israeli singer Ishay Ribo in one of the largest Jewish stadium music concerts in North American history, at a venue of more than 10,000 seats.

The Jewish Community of New York is Enthusiastically Looking Forward To A Political Earthquake, With A Bloc Vote of 250,000 Votes

Jewish residents from the broadest variety of communities are jumping on board | Thousands of Jewish votes have been cast through absentee ballots | Additional thousands have already voted in early voting locations

Clalit Health Services, Israel’s largest HMO, is coordinating with the State of Israel to provide on-site medical care to serve the people of Ukraine. Soroka Medical Center is leading Israel’s field hospital in Ukraine with its doctors currently on-site, and providing medical consulting in the areas of trauma, surgery, neurosurgery, anesthesia, intensive care, and additional fields as needed.

By QJL Staff

Last week (and continuing this week), we published an election guide by Sergey Kadinsky featuring candidates in many local races. Among the feedback we received was that the Republican candidates did not get the same depth of coverage as the Democratic candidates, and that the guide favored the Democrat candidates in general. To offer a more balanced view, we present this guide to the Republican candidates.

 As the race to become speaker of the next City Council continues apace, consolidation of the field has left two Councilmembers standing. In fact, both Adrienne Adams and Fransisco Moya declared victory yesterday as we've officially entered the "through the looking glass" stage of the race for Speaker. The Speaker of the City Council is a powerful partner and sometimes-counterweight to the Mayor of New York City. This position is not a public vote, but chosen in an election of sitting New York City Council members.