Assembly Candidate Howard Kleinhendler Discusses Property Taxes, Jobs And More

EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: As elections near, State Assembly Candidate Howard Kleinhendler (D), talks to TLS about lowering property taxes, job creation, and why he’s a candidate worthy of your support this November 8. Kleinhendler is running for one of the two available Assembly seats, vacated by Assemblymen Joe Malone and Ron Dancer.

Running against him on the Republican ticket, are Senator Sean Kean and Assemblyman David Rible.

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Howard Kleinhendler is the right man for one of the NJ State Assembly seats. Howard is a Lakewood resident for 25 years, and he knows the issues. We need to invest our support in local candidates.

    With Bob Singer as our state Senator, Howard Kleinhendler and Sean Kean as Assemblymen will give Lakewood the representation that we justly deserve.

    I believe that Howard is an outstanding attorney and that he will be an outstanding legislator, that is ready, willing, and able to help the state of New Jersey manage the process of government.

    Vote for Bob, Howard, and Sean.

  2. Yes, Howard and Kean are definitely getting my vote!

    It’s time for some creative solutions and some “thinking-outside-the-box” guys to help us out of our mess.

  3. GOD SPEED

    LAKEWOOD

    If he talked about how us poor African Americans were going to gain From another Orthodox Religious person as our voice he might get my vote.I do not own a house,I rent.My rent is way high.with lower tax my rent will anyway stay the same.

  4. I personally hope Kleinhendler loses, but this is response to Giovani pertuci:

    Why do you look at people’s ethnicity, religion, or race? What’s wrong with seeing him as just another American citizen who will represent our interests in government. Do you want whites to look at African Americans elected officials (Obama for example) as someone who only looks after his own race? Stop with racism. We are all human beings.

    As for you question about high rents: there is nothing the government can do about your high rent. Your rent is a private transaction between two private citizens – you and your landlord. The government has no right getting involved. Taxes on the other hand, is a an act of government, whereby the goverment taxes private citizens and takes away their hard earned money to spend on whatever the government wishes. If you don’t pay, you go to jail (in the case of income taxes) or lose your home (in the case of property taxes). Therefore, it makes sense to ask the government to stop taking away so much of our money, and to lower the tax rates.

  5. As mush as I think you are a great guy, I will be voting for Singer, Kean and Rible. They have proven results and are great friends of the Lakewood community.

  6. “we may have a popular governor, but his policies have not worked. and the reason for that is, you cant just cut your way to prosperity”
    -SO OBVIOUSLY YOUR AGAINST CUTTING BACK SPENDING.
    SO YOU WANNA SPEND MONEY NJ DOESN’T HAVE TO GET BACK ON TRACK?
    IN YOUR TYPICAL DEMOCRATIC VIEW SPENDING = SMART THING TO DO WHEN TIMES ARE TOUGH.

    You my friend are exactly what Corzine was. You have no idea what it means to balance a budget. you have no idea what NJ or any state needs. Corzine was just in the news today- the company he ran, is now filing for bankruptcy. he invested in the euro market, and spent-spent-spent.

    -AND WHERE DO YOU PROPOSE TO GET ALL THIS MONEY TO “INVEST” INTO NJ? TAX PAYERS OBVIOUSLY… MONEY DOESNT GROW ON TREE’S. YOU THINK YOUR THE ONLY ONE WHO HAS THESE UTOPIAN DREAMS? YOU THINK CHRISTIE DOESNT WANT TO INVEST IN NJ? OF COURSE HE DOES…..(news flash) THERE IS NO MORE MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Chaim Ozer is one of us and is sensitive to our real issues. He will implement good and beneficial changes for the community and bring back the jobs to Lakewood. One important goal is to work on bringing the train to Lakewood.

  8. To Yid says.
    You are a very practical and intelligent person. Please do not hold Assembly Candidate Howard Kleinhendler responsible for comments made by others.

    Howard is a Lakewood resident who knows and understands Lakewood issues. Let us not react to inflammatory statements from the fringe. It is better to simply dismiss these types of statements and the people that make them.

  9. Thanks Bill Hobday.

    Please read my questions to Howard Kleinhendler. TLS posted it in a separate article.

    I hope you will agree with me that the Republican platform will be better for the state.

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