When Reproductive Rights Matters, Choose Democrat Kaiman
Democrat Jon Kaiman earned endorsement of the Planned Parenthood of Greater New York Political Action Committee (PPGNYPAC) in his campaign to return as North Hempstead Town Supervisor. PPGNYPAC Political Coordinator Leanna Zilles called Democrat Kaiman “a strong supporter of reproductive health, rights, and justice.”
Democrat Kaiman, who traveled to the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. last year to protest its Dobbs decision stated, “I will ensure that the Town of North Hempstead remains a place where reproductive healthcare choices are respected, supported, and protected.” Democrat Kaiman also spoke at and attended numerous protests and rallies throughout Long Island in defense of reproductive rights.”
In his effort to return as North Hempstead Town Supervisor, Democrat Jon Kaiman leads North Hempstead Town Democrat ticket that includes: current Town Council Member Veronica Lurvey for Receiver of Taxes, Town Council Members Mariann Dalimonte and Peter Zuckerman and Town Council candidate Christine Liu.
A trusted, tested and experienced public servant who is an innovative and common-sense problem-solver, Democrat Jon Kaiman offers a new vision on how to approach town government. He brings real experience and produced real results. After working in state and county government, Kaiman brings a whole new breadth of experience that allows him to build on his vast knowledge on how the Town of North Hempstead should work for its residents.
Kaiman previously served as a District Court Judge, Town of North Hempstead Supervisor for five terms (2004-2013) including devising and implementing its 311 Call Center and Project Independence for its senior population, chair of the Nassau Interim Finance Authority (NIFA), led the state’s response to Superstorm Sandy and currently is Deputy County Executive in Suffolk where he helped developed projects that address climate change, including electric vehicle charging stations and projects collecting power from wind and solar.Read The Full White Paper