Bloomberg Gets African Imams

Michael Bloomberg’s re-election campaign announced this morning he was endorsed by the Council of African Imams.
It was announced via press release today, the 16th day since he held a campaign event at which he accepted questions from reporters.
The Imams Council will be added to the lengthy list of endorsements at the end of each Bloomberg campaign press release, which currently includes the Women’s Cosmetology Chamber of Commerce, Ngande Ambroise from the Cameroon community in New York City and several members of the Jewish Community Council of Marine Park.
Here’s the list, which gets more interesting as it goes on.
The Mayor has been endorsed by numerous individuals and organizations including: Mayor Ed Koch, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Newark Mayor Cory Booker, New York State Senators Frank Padavan, Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy, Congressman Gary Ackerman, Andy Lanza and Marty Golden, former City Councilmember Madeline Provenzano, Borough President James Molinaro, Assemblyman Lou Tobacco, Assemblywoman Barbara Clark, Councilman Eric Ulrich, Crown Heights Youth Collective President Richard Green, Boris Kandov of the Bukharian Jewish Congress, Rick Miranda of the Brooklyn Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Charito Cisneros, Sergeants Benevolent Association; Prominent Korean Leaders in Garment Industry; Women’s Cosmetology Chamber of Commerce; Panamanian and Ethnic American Veterans Political Action Committee; Mexican business and community leaders, Juan Rojas Campos and Joel Magallan; President of the Federation of Italian American Organizations Frank Naccarato; Chairman of the Federation of Italian American Organizations Jack Spatola; Filipina Leaders led by Vivian Velasco, Past President and Member of the Board of Directors of the Philippine New York JAYCEES (Junior Chamber International); Ma.

Bloomberg Gets African Imams