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“We are living through extraordinary times, and my experience has prepared me to repair our frayed fabric and rebuild a culture of engagement and cooperation as we look to build a thriving future. I will be a thoughtful, effective leader who makes Washington work again for the people of Westchester and Rockland.”

As a former Assistant United States Attorney and New York State consumer-protection regulator, Adam has spent the better part of his professional career standing up to bullies, fraudsters, and cheats — fighting to ensure that every person gets a fair opportunity to pursue their version of the American Dream. He has taken on predatory lenders and scam-artists who try to cheat the system and cut the line; he has stopped perpetrators of sexual violence and stood up for survivors of sexual assault; he has taken guns off of our streets and out of the hands of criminals; and he has protected our clean air by prosecuting a vehicle-emissions fraud ring.

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Growing up in Westchester with a younger brother with special needs, and as the grandchild of Holocaust survivors who arrived in America as refugees, Adam Schleifer has had a lifelong commitment to fighting for social justice and a more inclusive America. In Congress, Adam will fight to ensure that every person gets a fair opportunity to pursue their version of the American Dream.

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Our First TV Ad

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International Women’s Day

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“We are living through extraordinary times, and my experience has prepared me to repair our frayed fabric and rebuild a culture of engagement and cooperation as we look to build a thriving future. I will be a thoughtful, effective leader who makes Washington work again for the people of Westchester and Rockland.”

As a former Assistant United States Attorney and New York State consumer-protection regulator, Adam has spent the better part of his professional career standing up to bullies, fraudsters, and cheats — fighting to ensure that every person gets a fair opportunity to pursue their version of the American Dream. He has taken on predatory lenders and scam-artists who try to cheat the system and cut the line; he has stopped perpetrators of sexual violence and stood up for survivors of sexual assault; he has taken guns off of our streets and out of the hands of criminals; and he has protected our clean air by prosecuting a vehicle-emissions fraud ring.

Adam’s running for Congress to continue the fight on behalf of the hardworking people of Westchester and Rockland, who understand that no one, least of all President Donald Trump, is above the law. Adam understands that we are living through extraordinary times. He will work to repair our frayed fabric and rebuild a culture of engagement and cooperation where our government works as hard and effectively as the rest of us do every day.

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Growing up in Westchester with a younger brother with special needs, and as the grandchild of Holocaust survivors who arrived in America as refugees, Adam Schleifer has had a lifelong commitment to fighting for social justice and a more inclusive America. In Congress, Adam will fight to ensure that every person gets a fair opportunity to pursue their version of the American Dream.

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Our First TV Ad

We are airing our first television ad today, and I couldn’t be more proud of the message we’re sending. I …
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International Women’s Day

Today is International Women’s Day. I hope we soon see a day when the question, “are you a feminist,” is …
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Join Team Schleifer

We are airing our first television ad today, and I couldn’t be more proud of the message we’re sending. I talk about my brother, David, who has special needs, and the way our family journey with him has inspired me to empower others and ensure everyone gets a fair opportunity to pursue their American Dream. Check out our very first television ad and contribute $5 today to stand with us and help me continue to protect and empower others.
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Today is International Women’s Day. I hope we soon see a day when the question, “are you a feminist,” is as odd (and its answer as obvious) as the question, “are you a humanist”; when a “yes” answer to both will be so clear that the questions are confusing. We will know that day has arrived when we see a woman as the President of the United States, and when it’s unthinkable to elect anyone who boasts “grabbing” women by their genitals; when heroes like Malala Yousafzai aren’t shot merely for insisting upon every child’s right to an education; when …
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Today, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, those of us who, in Primo Levi’s beautiful words, now live “safe [i]n . . . warm houses,”(1) are called to commemorate and reflect upon that great tragedy whose abatement began exactly 75 years ago today. As Levi observed, “we are often asked … whether Auschwitz will return: whether … other slaughters will take place, unilateral, systematic, mechanized, willed, at a governmental level, perpetrated upon innocent and defenseless populations and legitimized by the doctrine of contempt.” The answer Levi offered in 1986, remains true today: “These factors can occur again and are already recurring …
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Former US Senator Chris Dodd and Former New York Congressman Steve Israel Endorse Adam Schleifer for Congress

Dodd, Israel Cite Schleifer’s Experience as a Prosecutor and Financial Regulator As A Financial Regulator for New York State, Schleifer …
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Sen. Chris Dodd, Rep. Steve Israel Endorse Schleifer for Congress

Former United States Senator Christopher Dodd and New York Congressman Steve Israel announced their endorsement of Adam Schleifer for Congress …
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