Manhattan Assembly District 67: A Former Nadler Aide vs. a Former Nadler Opponent
Oct 27, 2008
A Former Nadler Aide vs. a Former Nadler Opponent
Democratic Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal was elected less than one full term ago in a special election in March 2006. Before Rosenthal was elected to represent this district on Manhattan's West Side, she was an assistant to U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler.
Rosenthal's Republican challenger is Eleanor Friedman. In 2006, Friedman ran against Nadler for U.S. House of Representatives. Little other information is available about her.
In the period leading up to the 32 Day Pre-General campaign finance filing, Rosenthal collected $21,875, leaving her with a balance of $62,462. Friedman has not filed a report on her campaign funds.
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