The Agudah Voting Project was pleased to host a town hall with New York City mayoral candidate Scott Stringer as part of its series of town halls with candidates running for public office.
Mr. Stringer highlighted how his years of experience working with government agencies in New York politics as an Assemblyman, Manhattan Borough president, and NYC Comptroller, would impact how he would serve as mayor.
Advocates asked Mr. Stringer questions about his vision for New York City and how he would address issues facing New York City and the Orthodox Jewish community there such as the economy, rise in crime, anti-Semitism, yeshiva education, quality of life, and special education funding.
Rabbi Yeruchim Silber, Agudah’s director of New York government relations, said, “We would like to thank Mr. Stringer for taking the time to join us for an informative conversation. Additionally, the Agudah Voting Project would like to remind all eligible voters to vote in this election on June 22.”