Labor Press

This November, voters on the South Shore of Long Island will elect their first new Assemblymember in a quarter-century, replacing Harvey Weisenberg, who is retiring after having represented the 20th District since 1989. In that race—the southwestern corner of Nassau County, including Long Beach, Oceanside, and the Five Towns—LaborPress strongly endorses former federal prosecutor Todd Kaminsky, who will be running on the Democratic and Working Families party lines this November.

Kaminsky, 36, already has a long and remarkable record of public service.

5 Towns Jewish Times

First-time candidate Todd Kaminsky reported raising more than $180,000 over the last two-and-a-half months for his campaign to represent Long Island’s 20th Assembly District. The former federal prosecutor has nearly $150,000 on-hand as he continues to build momentum for the general election

The Kaminsky campaign also filed petition signatures with the Board of Elections to represent both the Democratic and Working Families parties on the November ballot, when South Shore residents will choose a new Assemblymember to fill the seat of retiring Assm. Harvey Weisenberg.

What a night! Thanks so much to everyone who helped organize a packed house for our campaign kick-off.


Assm. Weisenberg, Todd and their wives, Ellen and Ellen.