In 2015, U.S. mayors issued a call to action to combat antisemitism in Europe under AJC’s first Mayors United Against Antisemitism campaign. Several hundred mayors signed on. Amidst rising antisemitism in the U.S., AJC relaunched the campaign for U.S. mayors focusing on American antisemitism.

Over 700 mayors have signed on to date, including an institutional partnership with the U.S. Conference of Mayors. We thank the following municipal leaders for signing on. If you know a mayor who may be interested in joining the campaign please email

Mayor Gregory Letica, Village of Asharoken
Mayor Mayor Haagenson, Village of Baxter Estates
Mayor Robert E. De Natale, Village of Bayville
Mayor Lawrence Schmidlapp, Village of Centre Island
Mayor Pedram Bral, Village of Great Neck
Mayor William D. Warner, Village of Great Neck Estates
Supervisor Don Clavin, Town of Hempstead
Mayor Susan Lopatkin, Kensington Village
Mayor Daniel F. DeVita, Village of Laurel Hollow
Mayor Michael Lavorata, Village of Lindenhurst
Supervisor Judi Bosworth, Town of North Hempstead
Mayor Marvin Natiss, Village of North Hills
Mayor Daman McMullen, Village of Northport
Mayor Edward M. Novick, Village of Old Westbury
Supervisor Joseph Saladino, Town of Oyster Bay
Mayor Charles R. Goulding, Village of Oyster Bay Cove
Mayor Bob Weitzner, Village of Port Washington North
Mayor Francis X. Murray, Village of Rockville Centre
Mayor Sandy Quentzel, Village of Roslyn Harbor
Mayor Dan Levy, Village of Saddle Rock

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