MPAC to Host Supreme Court Candidate Judge Hal Greenwald and Westchester County Legislator Gordon Burrows at Their Tuesday, February 6th Meeting

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YONKERS, NY — February 3, 2018 — MPAC President John Khader has advised that the Mediterranean Political Action Committee will hold its monthly meeting with guest speakers Judge Hal Greenwald, Supreme Court candidate, and Westchester County Legislator Gordon Burrows at their Tuesday, February 6th meeting, as new members are also welcomed to this latest gathering.

The meeting will convene at 236 Grandview Blvd., Yonkers, NY 10701.

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eHeziMPAC to Host Supreme Court Candidate Judge Hal Greenwald and Westchester County Legislator Gordon Burrows at Their Tuesday, February 6th Meeting

Comments 5

  1. don’t forget to save some of that money for your brother’s re-election..lol, mpac is a joke. a collection of wanna bees.. You guys are trying really hard to be relevant. The Sons of italy have more money in the account than mpac.. all the judges and politicians are catching on that mpac is all hype. Who are your members exactly??? lmfao big joke

  2. Hey maricone its the power behind mpac rather have 10 solid members than 30 wannabe politicos looking for jobs and contracts for themselves,John Khader is not looking for anything personal now we do have a few cowboys in the community prostituting them selves for personal gain,not mpac or its current members by the way mpac has more in their bank account than the democrat and republican party combined in yonkers …dont be a hater your gonna love john khader…

  3. I heard only 6 people showed up and half were John khaders family..lol
    All the way down! mpac is a joke. politicians are catching on that it is a cooked group.

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