David Storobin Says Lew Fidler Sides With Gay Community, Not Jewish Community

Republican State Senate candidate David Storobin accused his Democratic opponent, City Councilman Lew Fidler, of favoring LGBT groups over Jewish groups in their home district.

In an interview last night with Zev Brenner on his Talkline radio show, Mr. Storobin listed his accomplishments, including starting a Jewish club at Rutgers Law School, organizing a rally for Israel and speaking out and writing about Israel, and contrasted that with the record of Mr. Fidler.

“While I was doing that my opponent was organizing rallies not for the Jewish community but for the gay community,” he said. Read More

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