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Albanese took his campaign far outside the five boroughs on Friday, a trip that was a product of political calculation and another sortie in his battle against anonymity. Albanese, a Democrat and former city councilman, came here seeking the support of the sizable summertime Yoek Jewish community, many of whose members have fled crowded Brooklyn apartments for the quiet of country life, albeit in decidedly no-frills bungalows. Adult videos Woodridge New York
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To be sure, Mr. Bloomberg, in his first bid for re-election, traveled to the Catskill region to stump in Unlike other portions of the diverse, and fragmented, New York City electorate, the Orthodox Jewish community is often believed to vote in a solid bloc.
Indeed, several visitors at a camp attended by Satmar Hasidim said that they would simply vote for whoever they believed was favored by the United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg, a social service organization that Aduly influential in the community. At Camp Skwere, several men pressed the candidate on financial support for religious schools, something Mr. Adult videos Woodridge New YorkWaco International Adult Party
Albanese said he worried might breach the wall between church and state. And Eva Tannenbaum, 35, of Williamsburg, pressed Mr. Albanese on a common concern in Orthodox neighborhoods.
Tannenbaum said. Albanese, who visited about a dozen locations Woodridbe his two-day tour, seemed to draw curious looks in most camps: Albanese walked up to a group of several women who Adult videos Woodridge New York chatting and quickly got a rundown on their concerns, including schools and health care.
Albanese nodded amiably, shook hands and reiterated his goals — Woodriidge jobs, more police officers, more housing. Though it was not clear whether Mr. Albanese won any votes, the people who met him seemed pleased that he had decided to drop by. Albanese corrected the rabbi.
Albanese, a Roman Catholic, met with several rabbis on Friday. A version of this article appears in print onon Page A16 of the New York edition with the headline: Open in the app.