First Hasidic Woman Elected To Public Office To Be Sworn In As Brooklyn Judge — CBS New York

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The fist Hasidic woman elected into public office in the United States will be sworn in as a judge in Brooklyn on Thursday. Rachel Freier, a Brooklyn native, grandmother and mother of six, broke barriers after grabbing nearly 41 percent of votes in the 5th District election, beating two other competitors…

via First Hasidic Woman Elected To Public Office To Be Sworn In As Brooklyn Judge — CBS New York

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