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The Great Debate Replay

For those of you who couldn’t make it out to BHB’s NYS SD 25 debate aka The Great Debate: Squadron vs. Chromczak on Tuesday night, you can view it in its entirety after the jump.

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The Great Debate: Squadron vs. Chromczak TONIGHT!

Tonight at the St. Francis College Auditorium at 8PM, BHB presents The Great Debate: Daniel Squadron vs. John Chromczak.   Please join us as the NYS Senate 25th District candidates duke it our for your support.  Details here. The Brooklyn Optimist interviews Chromczak today setting the stage for what promises to be a lively debate tonight.

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Chromczak: Term Limit Ruling Disses Voters

NYS SD 25 candidate John Chromczak (R) issued this statement today regarding the New York City Council’s vote in favor of changing the City’s rule on term limits: “The failure of the City Council to give this important vote to the people shows a clear lack of respect to the voters of the City of […]

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Get Ready for the Great Debate, What Would You Ask?

BHB’s “Great Debate” between  NYS Senate District 25 candidates Daniel Squadron (D/WP) and John Chromczak (R) is happening this Tuesday October 28.  We need your help in determining the list of questions that will shape the debate. Add you suggestions here. Event Information Day: Tuesday October 28 Location: St. Francis College Auditorium, 180 Remsen Street […]

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BHB Presents: The Great Debate – Squadron vs. Chromczak

Brooklyn Heights Blog will host a debate between NYS SD 25 candidates Daniel Squadron (D) and John Chromczak (R) on October 28 at the St. Francis College Auditorium at 8PM.  BHB Publisher Homer Fink will moderate. The candidates will discuss topics posed by us as well as the audience.  We’d like your help in formulating […]

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It’s On: Squadron Will Debate Chromczak

Breaking News: While details, date and venue still need to be determined the candidates for the NYS Senate Seat representing the 25th District have agreed to participate in a Brooklyn Heights Blog sponsored debate. Yesterday we learned that Citizen’s Union, sponsors of Connor-Squadron debates, would not do the same for the Chromzak-Squadron contest.  As in […]

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Does the November Election Matter?

We’ll readily admit that the NYS SD-25 is, to say the least, a Democratic “stronghold”.  In 2006, incumbent Sen. Martin Connor didn’t have a Republican opponent and Ken Diamonstone’s post-primary Working Families Party campaign was cursory at best.  In 2004, Connor ran in the November election against… NOBODY.  In 2002, he faced GOP contender Hyman […]

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The Homer Fink Show: GOP State Senate Candidate John Chromczak

This week’s The Homer Fink Show airs at a special time – Wednesday (9/10) at 7:30 pm.  Our guest this week is Republican NYS Senate Candidate John Chromczak. Chromczak discusses his November opponent for the SD-25 seat, Democrat Daniel Squadron, whether or not unicorns will dance if the Democrats gain control of the NYS Senate […]

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The Bid for the 25th: BHB Reader Choice Squadron Beats Marty

The Associated Press is projecting BHB Reader Choice Daniel Squadron as the winner of the NYS SD-25 Democratic Primary defeating incumbent Martin Connor. With 100% of the vote in,  results in the Democratic NYS SD-25 primary are: Squadron 12,912 54% Connor 10,980 46% Stay tuned… *As a point of reference here’s what Connor’s margin of […]

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Democratic Primaries TOMORROW

For all you registered Democrats (and Republicans!) , a reminder: Tomorrow is Primary Day. Polling places open at 6am and close at 9pm. Don’t know where to vote? The NYC Board of Elections has a handy Polling Site Locator (hint: it’s probably your nearest public school). Don’t know how to vote? The Board of Elections […]

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