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Say cheescake! Pols turn out for Brooklyn’s most-filling fund-raiser

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Tons of funds: Every year, Steve Cohn, left, holds a fund-raiser at Junior’s Restaurant Downtown where a who’s who of Brooklyn comes to see and be seen. The best part is everyone that shows up gets a free cheescake! Let’s see who showed up at this year’s bash on Friday, Oct. 30.
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Say cheescake!: Here’s Chaim Pollack, Letitia James, and Gary Schlesinger sharing a laugh.
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Hel-Liu to you: Borough President Adams and and former city Comptorler John Liu.
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That’s good coffee: It wouldn’t be a party without former Borough President and Brooklyn legend Howard Golden.
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Breaking bread: Golden enjoyed breakfast with Ed Townes, Mike Armstrong, and Ralph Perfetto.
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On the money: City Comptroller Scott Stringer gets serious with Jake Korn.
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Paper boys: Wow! It’s Brooklyn Paper founder Ed Weintrob with Editor-in-Chief Vince DiMiceli, apparently doing a damn good immitation of Ed Weintrob.

It’s the breakfast of champions!

Democratic Party stalwart Steve Cohn held his annual pre-election day fund-raiser at Junior’s restaurant Downtown on Friday, and as usually, the stars of Brooklyn — and citywide —politics came out in droves.

The fund-raiser, a tradition for as long as anyone can remember, brings together pols from far and wide and is considered a veritable Who’s Who of Brooklyn.

This year’s event was no different, and our photographer was there to capture all the action.

Check out our slideshow and see who you can recognize.

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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