City Councilmember and State Senate hopeful Simcha Felder brought longtime government colleague and supporter Mayor Michael Bloomberg to the Midwood Senior Center, 4815 Avenue I last week.
The Mayor spent his Brooklyn visit addressing the concerns of senior center residents as well as endorsing Felder’s run for Albany.
Felder is in a three-way race for State Senate against fellow City Councilmember Kendall Stewart and incumbent State Senator Kevin Parker.
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