Who Sent Out This Campaign Ad?
August 27th, 2008

Ill give you a hint: he is running in a three-way primary in Brooklyn.

If you said Simcha Felder, a city councilmember running in the democratic primary for a state senate seat in Brooklyn, you guessed right. Felder, maybe with the help of Mayor Michael Bloombergs generous support, has been flooding the 21st Senate District with mailers all cloaked in an eye-catching yellow and black theme.

We know he isnt the only one though.

With less than two weeks before the primary, where all of the states senate and assembly seats are up for grabs, mailboxes across the city are probably littered with this type of campaign material (For more on the individual races check out Who’s Running for What).

We want to see more.

Gotham Gazette would love to see what has come into your mailbox this election season. If you use Flickr, tag scans and photos of your NYC campaign materials with “Gotham Gazette” and “elections08.”

When we find them, well post them on the Wonkster.

By on August 27, 2008, 11:26 am
In category: Albany,Electoral Politics,Governing | 2 Comments »

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2 Responses to “Who Sent Out This Campaign Ad?”

  1. Gotham Gazette - The Wonkster » Blog Archive » Mailbox Campaign Says:
    September 2nd, 2008 at 9:59 pm

    […] of Brooklyn’s 21 State Senate District, I arrive home every day to a new, glossy four-color flyer that, explicitly or implicitly, urges me to vote for City Councilmember Simcha Felder for State […]

  2. jerry Says:
    September 5th, 2008 at 1:21 pm

    This flyer is a real joke. He’s independent? He took over $2 million dollars from Mayor Mike & gave it to special interests. He was for congestion pricing ( the mayor bought his vote). He must think that people are stupid.

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