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Klapper, who has a degree in library science and in law, works in a nursing home. In 1996, he ran against Dinowitz and a Republican and came in third with 4 percent of the vote. He said he would favor lowering all taxes -- including those on millionaires.
On his Website, Dinowitz stresses his record of providing services to his constituents and said he played a key role in negotiations over the construction of a water filtration plant in Van Cortlandt Park. He was a vocal opponent of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to charge a fee to drive into Manhattan during the workweek.
In the period leading up the 32 Day Pre-General campaign finance report, Dinowitz had collected $525, but he had a campaign fund balance of $171,067. Klapper listed no contributions.Â
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