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48th City Council District

by Gotham Gazette Staff, Aug 03, 2013
 

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Chaim M Deutsch

Chaim M Deutsch (D)

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Biography: Deutsch has lived in Brooklyn all his life and, in 1991, started the Flatbush Shromin watchdog group, a Jewish volunteers who serve as auxiliary to the city police. He has helped create a partnership with the East Flatbush Safety Patrol and also helped train the group of volunteers. He has also worked with organizations like Home Sweet Home and the Task Force for Families and Children at Risk. Deutsch graduated from the New York City Police Department Citizen’s Police Force.

Igor Oberman

Igor Oberman   (WF)

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Biography: Oberman fled to the United States in 1981 from the former Soviet Union to avoid religious oppression. He was 8 years old. Since moving to Brooklyn, he became the first of his family to graduate college and went on to obtain a law degree. He became the first Russian American administrative law judge at the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings. He also worked under Borough President Marty Markowitz as a liaison to Russian and Jewish communities and is the board president of the board of directors of Trump Village West Co-op in Brighton Beach. Oberman graduated cum laude from Brooklyn College and went on to New York Law School for his JD.

David Storobin

David Storobin   (R, C)

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Biography: Storobin is a Russian native who is a real estate broker and an attorney. He ran for State Senator and won only to serve for 11 days because his district was eliminated after redrawing the district lines. He is vice-chairman of the Kings County Republican Party. He received his law degree from Rutgers University.


PRIMARY



Natraj S Bhushan

Natraj S Bhushan (D)

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Biography: None.

 

Chaim M Deutsch

Chaim M Deutsch (D)

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Biography: Deutsch has lived in Brooklyn all his life and, in 1991, started the Flatbush Shromin watchdog group, a Jewish volunteers who serve as auxiliary to the city police. He has helped create a partnership with the East Flatbush Safety Patrol and also helped train the group of volunteers. He has also worked with organizations like Home Sweet Home and the Task Force for Families and Children at Risk. Deutsch graduated from the New York City Police Department Citizen’s Police Force.

Ari Kagan

Ari Kagan (D)

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Biography: Kagan was born in Russia and moved to the United States over 20 years ago. Since moving to Brooklyn, Kagan has worked as a journalist for a Russian newspaper and hosts a Russian television show. He was an aide to city Comptroller and mayoral hopeful John Liu as well as Congressman Michael McMahon. He graduated from Barauch College.

Igor Oberman

Igor Oberman   (D)

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Biography: Oberman fled to the United States in 1981 from the former Soviet Union to avoid religious oppression. He was 8 years old. Since moving to Brooklyn, he became the first of his family to graduate college and went on to obtain a law degree. He became the first Russian American administrative law judge at the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings. He also worked under Borough President Marty Markowitz as a liaison to Russian and Jewish communities and is the board president of the board of directors of Trump Village West Co-op in Brighton Beach. Oberman graduated cum laude from Brooklyn College and went on to New York Law School for his JD.

Theresa R Scavo

Theresa R Scavo

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Biography: None.

 

 

David Storobin

David Storobin   (R, C)

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Biography: Storobin is a Russian native who is a real estate broker and an attorney. He ran for State Senator and won only to serve for 11 days because his district was eliminated after redrawing the district lines. He is vice-chairman of the Kings County Republican Party. He received his law degree from Rutgers University.

 


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