As Democratic President Barack Obama swept to a re-election victory Tuesday night, Brooklyn voters sent a Republican and a conservative Democrat to Albany to represent their newly drawn Senate districts.
As the Nov. 6 election approaches, Sen. Golden and his Democratic challenger Andrew Gounardes have squared off at recent events in Dyker Heights and Bay Ridge where community members had the opportunity to ask the two candidates about the issues that matter to them. On both occasions, Golden came under fire for his record on women’s issues—in particular, his record of addressing gender discrimination in the workplace.
Sen. Golden Comes Out Against Counterterrorism Surveillance of Mosques at Arab-American Candidate’s Forum
BROOKLYN, NY—With less than one month remaining until Election Day, State Senator Martin Golden and his Democratic challenger Andrew Gounardes are gearing up for the final leg of the race. The most recent filing deadline for campaign finance disclosures passed two days ago. Gounardes released his 32-day pre-general report on deadline, but Golden has not Read more »