Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer

City Council District 5
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Isaac “Yitzy” Schleifer is the Councilman for the 5th District of Baltimore City.

Councilman Schleifer is a lifelong resident of the 5th District and currently serving on the City Council since 2016. Councilman Schleifer is the Chair of the Rules and Legislative Oversight Committee and serves on both the Health, Environment, and Technology Committee and the Ways and Means Committee.

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Join us THIS WEDNESDAY night for a fun birthday celebration in support of our re-election campaign. You can RSVP at www.CouncilmanYitzy.com

Join us THIS WEDNESDAY night for a fun birthday celebration in support of our re-election campaign. You can RSVP at www.CouncilmanYitzy.com ... See MoreSee Less

20 hours ago

Councilman Isaac Yitzy Schleifer wants public services to work in Baltimore City. He has kept our members' work, particularly in DPW, in the spotlight. His continued support and efforts to expand city services is unquestioned & we are honored to endorse his re-election to City Council.

Mark your calendars, and vote in the Baltimore City primary election on or before May 14!
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4 days ago

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4 days ago

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What years and models is this for?

Proud to have the support of the men and women of Plumbers and Steamfitters UA Local 486, Baltimore, MD and the Mid-Atlantic Pipe Trades Association as we build a better future for Baltimore’s working families, together.

Proud to have the support of the men and women of Plumbers and Steamfitters UA Local 486, Baltimore, MD and the Mid-Atlantic Pipe Trades Association as we build a better future for Baltimore’s working families, together. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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I'm with you too.

For over 40 years, Joe Lieberman dedicated his life to public service and breaking barriers in the process. The first Orthodox Jewish Senator and Jewish Vice Presidential nominee of a Major Party, Senator Lieberman put his Jewish values at the forefront of everything he did. Building relationships across party lines in the Senate, he always prioritized finding common-ground solutions above politics. Above all, he was a real mensch and a mentor to many of us who seek to carry on his legacy. May his memory be a blessing.

For over 40 years, Joe Lieberman dedicated his life to public service and breaking barriers in the process. The first Orthodox Jewish Senator and Jewish Vice Presidential nominee of a Major Party, Senator Lieberman put his Jewish values at the forefront of everything he did. Building relationships across party lines in the Senate, he always prioritized finding common-ground solutions above politics. Above all, he was a real mensch and a mentor to many of us who seek to carry on his legacy. May his memory be a blessing. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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The man was rabidly in favor of the war in Iraq. A great example of the failure of America in the last several decades. I had him over for dinner one night he's very tall and not a single word that came out of his mouth felt genuine.

Today, I visited the site of the tragic Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. It was hard to believe my eyes. My thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of the deceased and those who are still missing. We are grateful to all the first responders who saved countless lives by springing into action as they do day in and day out. Baltimore is resilient and we will rebuild from this tragedy.Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment

Today, I visited the site of the tragic Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse. It was hard to believe my eyes. My thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones of the deceased and those who are still missing. We are grateful to all the first responders who saved countless lives by springing into action as they do day in and day out. Baltimore is resilient and we will rebuild from this tragedy. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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Why are all the government officials saying it's going to be rebuilt with taxpayer funds, when the Maersk Lines are fully insured by lloyds of London and Barclays? The Exxon Valdez had to be covered by Exxon and their insurers. Grounds for passing more legislation to secure funds??? Hmmm.... www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-03-27/london-insurers-face-baltimore-bridge-collapse-payouts

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