Singer, Thomson, And Sadeghi Visit SCHI As They Work To Shore Up Orthodox Support [PHOTOS]

Senator Bob Singer, Assemblyman Ned Thomson, and Ocean County Commissioner candidate Frank Sadeghi visited the School for Children with Hidden Intelligence (SCHI), as they seek to shore up Orthodox Jewish support for their respective campaigns in the November elections.

Singer and Sadeghi face little opposition from their opponents in the upcoming elections. Thomson, however, faces a more uphill battle, with Agudah NJ Director Avi Schnall throwing his hat into the Assembly race two weeks ago, and who is expected to receive broad support from Lakewood voters, who make up the majority of the 30th District’s population.

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