JON KAIMAN DEMOCRAT FOR TOWN SUPERVISORDemocrat Jon Kaiman, North Hempstead Town Supervisor Candidate, & Town Dems Ticket Open HQ in Great NeckAugust 22, 2023

100+ attend Grand Opening at 169 Middleneck Road

Democrat Jon Kaiman, seeking election to return as North Hempstead Town Supervisor, and the entire Democratic ticket – Veronica Lurvey for Receiver of Taxes, Town Council Members Mariann Dalimonte and Peter Zuckerman, Town Council candidate Christine Liu and County Legislature candidate Weihua Yan – held the Grand Opening of their Great Neck Campaign Office, Sunday, August 20, 2023.  Well over one hundred Democrats rallied enthusiastically at 169 Middleneck Road in support of the Democratic ticket to deliver financial stability and cost-efficient services for all residents of North Hempstead. 

“The enthusiasm and energy at our headquarters opening was palpable,” stated Kaiman. “We truly have a ticket comprised of trusted officials who have made a difference and will continue to get results for our residents.” Christine Liu added, “We offer North Hempstead Town residents an experienced and dedicated team of public servants who are fully accessible, accountable and committed to serving our residents.”

Other speakers included Town Democratic Chair Wayne Wink and Great Neck Democratic Club President Peter Fishkind who also served as Master of Ceremonies.

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 as co-chair of the Police Reform and Reimagine Task Force, Kaiman worked with police, community advocates, legislators, union leadership and the public to reach an overall consensus on how the Suffolk Police Department, the 12th largest police department in the country, could better serve the entire Suffolk County community, producing one of the most comprehensive police reform plans in the State of New York with buy-ins from the community and the PBA and Chaired the county’s Opioid Task Force and co-Chaired the Police Commissioner Search Committee.

Volunteers will find plentiful parking in the lot behind the Great Neck HQ.  Call the office at (516) 216-9640 or email  Additional campaign offices are opening in Port Washington and New Cassel.

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