Congressional Candidate Dan Goldman Visits Boro Park

Goldman meeting with Boro park political activists.

Dan Goldman made several visits to Boro Park recently, as he runs for election in New York’s 10th Congressional District, which includes Lower Manhattan, Park Slope, and Boro Park below 14th Avenue.

Goldman served as a prosecutor for House Democrats during the first impeachment inquiry of then-President Donald Trump. He previously served as an assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, a legal analyst for NBC, and a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice in New York.

Goldman has never before held public office, but he comes from a wealthy family, and is expected to spend a large amount of his own money — at least hundreds of thousands of dollars — on the race. There are approximately a dozen Democrats vying for the open seat.

Goldman meeting with the Chernobyler Rebbe, shlita, of Boro Park.

Goldman (2nd R) with Bobov political activists Shloimy Rieger (L) and Joel Rosenfeld (R), and campaign aide Ushi Teitelbaum (2nd L)

Goldman shaking hands with the Bobov-45 Rebbe, shlita, at Bobov-45’s recent cornerstone-laying ceremony for its new beis medrash.

At the Bobov-45 ceremony.

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