BY THE GRACE OF OUR CREATOR
Alliance for Free Choice in Education
Restoring Self Government
Beginning with New Jersey’s 36th LD
New Jersey’s 36th Legislative District* offers us the rare opportunity to break through the enormously powerful barrier to self government. This June 4th, voters in southern Bergen County and the city of Passaic, who are registered as Democrat or Unaffiliated, can begin the process of taking back government and all that goes with it. The leftist forces, which now control Trenton, our media and our culture are being challenged for the first time on their own turf. Cohn and Krause, running for Assembly, are challenging the Democrat leadership to restore self government by empowering parents to send their children to the school of their choice.
Sam Krause, an entrepreneur, explained, “History has taught us time and again that those who control our children’s education ultimately control our government and our future. New Jersey taxpayers are spending well over $25 billion annually in support of the very system that is sacrificing the lives of poor children and their families for the enrichment of the ruling class. Those who refuse to turn over their children to government schools are unfairly punished with double taxation. This needs to stop, if we are to save our children and our future.”
A win on June 4th in District 36 for Cohn and Krause will pave the way for voters all across New Jersey to do the same in November, and nationally in 2014. The time has come for voters to elect representatives who truly stand for the poor and hardworking taxpayer. Your help is needed.
The only way for people to take back their children, their government and their future is help elect candidates, such as Cohn and Krause for Assembly. It took masses of individuals, acting in unison, to bring us to the brink of political disaster; the same is required to save our ship of state.
Please consider the advice of the great sage Maimonides, to view the entire world as equally balanced, so that with your next good deed you may tip the scales to the side of good. Every one of us can help break down the barrier to liberty and justice. If not now, when? If not I, who?
Thank you for your concern and efforts. Please let us know what you can do to help. Further information is available at 973-820-6121 or Alliance for Free Choice in Education.
All the best.
*District 36 includes Carlstadt, Cliffside Park, East Rutherford, Little Ferry, Lyndhurst, Moonachie, North Arlington, Passaic, Ridgefield, Ridgefield Park, Rutherford, South Hackensack, Teterboro, Wallington and Wood-Ridge.
April 9, 2013
Contact: Israel Teitelbaum, 973-820-6121
COHN AND KRAUSE RUNNING FOR NJ ASSEMBLY
IN LD 36 ON UNIVERSAL SCHOOL CHOICE
Aharon Cohn and Sam Krause, candidates for NJ State Assembly in the June 4 Democrat Primary to represent New Jersey's 36th Legislative District, have a specific mission. Krause, a businessman and salesman all his life, explained the reason for his candidacy. "I'm not a politician, and never cared to be one. But there is the desperate need for 'We the People' to take back our educational system and our government. The greatest crises we face today is the government takeover of our educational system, and denying parents their civil and human right to raise and educate their children with minimal government intrusion."
Aharon Cohn, a lifelong Republican who ran for City Council of Passaic in 2011, explained why he is now running as a Democrat. "Republicans in New Jersey have been working with the Democrats for some two decades to try empower parents to send their children to the school of their choice, but the Democrats have never even allowed the issue to reach the floor of either chamber for a vote - not even for debate! We are asking the people to send us to Trenton to change this."
Cohn has dedicated himself to saving lives, serving as an emergency medical technician and senior member of the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary. He compared his run for State Assembly as a life saving effort as well. “While public officials and the media refuse to address and solve the issue, lives are being lost every day in our government run educational system – on the taxpayers ‘dime’!”
Cohn and Krause are challenging incumbents Assemblywomen Marlene Caride and Assemblyman Garry Schaer. Krause, who resides in Passaic along with Assemblyman Gary Schaer, had praise for Schaer's long years of public service. "He is to be applauded for being in the forefront of looking out for the special needs of minorities, and most especially for his sponsorship of the Opportunity Scholarship Program. Unfortunately, it's been some 20 years that this pilot program is being worked on to no avail. It's time to move forward with a plan that will work for every child in New Jersey, and also improve the quality, innovation and efficiency of education. The legislation we support – the New Jersey Parental Rights and Property Tax Reduction Act (A3875) - will accomplish all this and ultimately cut property taxes in half."
Cohn and Krause plan to reach out across the aisle and throughout New Jersey to join with other candidates who support universal school choice. "We need partners," Cohn declared. "We welcome partners, both voters and candidates, who are committed to taking back their educational and governmental systems. Our goal is to build a state-wide, bipartisan team of 'We the People.' Together we can work for a better future for our children and all society."
District 36 includes Carlstadt, Cliffside Park, East Rutherford, Little Ferry, Lyndhurst, Moonachie, North Arlington, Passaic, Ridgefield, Ridgefield Park, Rutherford, South Hackensack, Teterboro, Wallington and Wood-Ridge.
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Further information is available at 973-820-6121 or Israel@SchoolChoiceNJ.org.