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September 22, 1989 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-22

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Dinkins even showed sur-
prising strength in such
communities as the Mid-
wood section of Brooklyn,
where Jewish voters often
are perceived as being more
conservative. The borough
president chalked up more
0 percent thewlieivzi i -
than vo2te

previously gave Koch about
90 percent of its vote. In the
Riverdale section of the
Bronx, another traditional
Koch stronghold with a
heavy Jewish vote that is
not considered overly liber-
al, the mayor won by only a
- 3-to-2 margin over Dinkins.
Howard Squadron, a for-
mer chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Ma-
jor American Jewish Orga-
_ nizations and a Dinkins
supporter, said he was
"delighted" that Dinkins
won.
"I supported David
Dinkins because I wanted to
bring the tenure of Edward
Koch to a close," said Squad-
, ron, noting that Koch's
"tenure has worn thin" after
- three terms as mayor.
The issue of race relations
was uppermost on the minds
of 16 percent of all voters,
but 29 percent told exit
pollers that drug abuse was
the number one problem fac-
ing the city. Another 18 per-
cent said homelessness is the
top issue, while 14 percent
said it was crime.
Crime and drug abuse are
the strong suits of Rudolph
W. Giuliani, the former U.S.
attorney and the Republican
victor in Tuesday's primary_
Despite a five-to-one Demo-
cratic enrollment in the city,
Giuliani is given a good
chance of pulling an upset
victory.
In a sidelight, Dinkins'
1„.., victory seemed to confirm
the absence of what political
analysts call "the Jackson
factor." According to the
analysts, the support of the
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson is suf-
ficient to deny a candidate a
sizeable share of the Jewish
vote. Jackson campaigned
for Dinkins and even spoke
at the candidate's victory
celebration. ❑

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