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  • D.D.S.
  • Degree , Dental Surgery
  • B.A. , Biology
    Drew University
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Dentists Middle Island | Dr. Adam Zatcoff, D.M.D. | Dr. David Baratt, D.D.S. | Dr. Miguel Casanas, D.D.S. | Dr. Jeffrey Fox, D.D.S. | Dr. Jay Golub, D.D.S. | Dr. Anthony Quitoni, D.M.D. | Dr. Sameet Sheth, D.D.S. | Medford, 26 April 2015 [cached]
Dr. Jay Golub, D.D.S. | Middle Island | Medford
Jay Golub, D.D.S. General & Cosmetic Dentistry A native of Suffolk County, who graduated from Ward Melville High School, with lifelong ties to the community. Dr. Golub has been practicing since 1994, when he graduated from NYU with his Degree in Dental Surgery. Prior to that, he received his B.A. in Biology from Drew University in 1990. Dr. Golub has served as an Attending Doctor at Flushing Hospital Medical Center since 1995, and still holds that position currently. Since 1995 Dr. Golub has worked in private practice and holds a variety of professional affiliations. Dr. Golub joined TDC in 2010. His witty nature has created quite a light hearted atmosphere, for staff and patients alike.
Dr. Adam Zatcoff D.M.D., Dr. Anthony Quitoni D.M.D., Dr. David Baratt D.D.S., Dr. Nausheen Ekram, D.D.S., Jay Golub, D.D.S.,
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Meet the Members: Jay Golub
Born and raised in Suffolk County, Long Island, Dr.
Jay Golub has lived almost his entire life in the New York area.Earning his BA in Biology from Drew University, Jay is the Director of General Dentistry in the O.R. at Flushing Hospital Medical Center.He and his wife, Kimberly, have lived on Manhattan's Lower East Side for more than twelve years.During that time, they have seen the dramatic and positive changes Mayor Giuliani brought to the city.Desiring to build upon Mayor Giuliani's initiatives, Jay ran for City Council in the Second District in 2001.Despite facing a well-funded, entrenched incumbent in an overwhelmingly Democratic district, Jay won 26.8% of the vote.Jay encourages other Republicans to become candidates as he did.
Total Dental Care of Middle Island | Medford, 6 Aug 2010 [cached]
Dr. Adam Zatcoff D.M.D., Dr. Anthony Quitoni D.M.D., Dr. David Baratt D.D.S., Dr. Nausheen Ekram, D.D.S., Jay Golub, D.D.S.,
Jay Golub for Public Advocate: March 2005 Archives, 1 Mar 2005 [cached]
Posted by Jay Golub on Tuesday, Mar. 29
Posted by Jay Golub on Tuesday, Mar. 29
Dr. Jay Golub, previously a Republican candidate for City Council on the Lower East Side, is now running for public advocate.As a Democrat.
Dr. Golub asserts that his principles have not changed in his shift from Republican to Democratic registration.Indeed, as a self-described "Giuliani Republican" or "Moynihan Democrat," Dr. Golub remains steadfast in his support of cutting taxes, balancing the budget, and improving the quality of life, while remaining solidly pro-choice and pro-gay rights.
He does not see the party label as the most important indicator of his positions, saying "most people are basically nonpartisan," but his shift is evidence of a trend that should serve as yet another wakeup call to local Republicans.One of their party's grassroots activists and former district leaders has abandoned their party altogether, in the belief that the Democrats' 5-to-1 registration advantage in New York City is virtually insurmountable.
This aspiring reformer has decided to bring his message of change to the vehicle of the Democratic Party primary, because he believes his chances of success are far greater even in that stacked deck, than in the general election, where Republican candidates below the level of mayor rarely get a second look from local voters.
Dr. Golub's candidacy does have a strikingly subversive element to it.His stated purpose is to serve as an agent for change within the Democratic primary and party, and if he reaches office by appealing to the large number of Giuliani Democrats that exist throughout New York City, he hopes to prod Mayor Bloomberg into a more reform Republican stance from the right, despite his Democratic label.In this scenario, the kabuki theater of New York City politics would reach absurd new heights, with a liberal Democrat mayor governing under the Republican label, while a Republican public advocate reaches office on the Democratic line.This is just more evidence of how incoherent and in need of reform is our local political system.
Dr. Golub says this his counter-intuitive candidacy was in part inspired by a loaded offer made by the New York State Democratic Party chairman, Herman "Denny" Farrell, during the nonpartisan elections debate.
"Denny Farrell said that interested Republicans should change their registration and run in the Democratic primary instead of having nonpartisan elections," Dr. Golub told me. "So I decided to take him up on it."Dr. Golub states that if he reaches office as public advocate he would continue his fight for election reforms such as nonpartisan elections.
Dr. Golub's decision to at least temporarily abandon local Republican politics potentially marks a return to the days when the Democratic Party in New York was a genuinely big tent offering ample room for conservative Democrats, many of whom were working-class outer-borough residents - what might be described as "Archie Bunker Democrats."
Dr. Golub is no simple throwback, however.He is indicative of a younger generation of New Yorkers who were inspired by Mayor Giuliani's leadership of New York City but now believe that the Republican Party is in danger of losing its identity and its effectiveness.They feel that the Bloomberg administration to date has not offered sufficient assistance in party building.So they're reverting back to the one-party state model of New York City, where the elections are decided in the Democratic primary.But they're refusing to surrender many underlying Republican reform principles in this effort.
Dr. Golub is particularly eloquent in arguing that New York City pays $24 billion more each year to the state and federal government than it gets back in services.He argues that if New York City were to receive its fair share back, we would be able to increase spending in the budget while still cutting taxes dramatically.He says that the public advocate is in the perfect position to raise public awareness about this issue, and that a combination of political pressure, legislation, and litigation could begin to bring about change in this area.
Dr. Golub's candidacy highlights the absurdity of New York City's underlying political fault lines from a new perspective.The Democratic Party is far less liberal and monolithic than many would believe.It is a troubling sign, however, that the local Republican Party has been unable so far to build itself into a respectable and responsible electoral engine capable of electing eager younger activists into office, causing them to seek other means.But the effort to reform government transcends parties, and Jay Golub's quixotic candidacy offers a fresh challenge to the stale assembly line of local politics.
Posted by Jay Golub on Friday, Mar. 25
Welcome to the website for the campaign to elect Dr. Jay Golub to be the next Public Advocate for the City of New York.Together, with your help, we are going to bring a real voice for reform, responsibility and the end of business-as-usual politics.
Jay is a reformer who will continually fight to improve the lives of all New Yorkers.And he will be a strong leader in the battle to make sure the public's money is spent wisely and responsibly.
Please look at Jay's background, his issues and his vision for the people of New York City.
Posted by Jay Golub on Friday, Mar. 25
Join Jay
Posted by Jay Golub on Tuesday, Mar. 22
Jay Golub for Public Advocate244 Madison Ave, #426New York, NY 10016
Phone:(646) 536-3719
Posted by Jay Golub on Tuesday, Mar. 22
Please contribute to help get Jay elected as your Public Advocate so that New York City will have a strong leader who will end business-as-usual politics.
Please make checks payable to "Jay Golub for Public Advocate"
Send contributions to:Jay Golub for Public Advocate244 Madison Ave, #426New York, NY 10016
Jay Golub was born on Long Island, NY, the son of Paul and Marlene Golub.
Jay attended Drew University and majored in Biology with a minor in Studio Art.He was also an All-American baseball player his sophomore year.After graduating, he moved to Manhattan and attended NYU's College of Dentistry, receiving his DDS in 1994.
Since 1994, he has practiced dentistry in Sunnyside, Queens where he owns a well established family practice.He is also a volunteer at Flushing Hospital as Director of General Dentistry for the O.R., where he teaches residents how to work in the operating room on disabled patients.
In 2001 he decided to run for City Council in his home district on the Lower East Side.At that time Jay was still a Republican, but received wide attention by receiving 28% of the vote in a district where voter registration was nearly 10 to 1 Democrat to Republican.
After the experience of running for office, Jay felt his campaign was hindered by the preconceived notion many voters had of candidates who run on the Republican line in New York City, even though he found voters in general agreement with his reform agenda.
In an effort to change the political dynamics of the city and begin to re-brand New York's Republican Party, Jay helped found the Urban Republican Coalition in 2003, an organization dedicated to reforming government and recruiting, training and supporting candidates to run for local office on the URC's reform platform.Jay also ran again for his city council seat as the Urban Republican Coalition's lead candidate and spokesman.
However, Jay recognized that many of the issues that brought Democrats to vote for him as a City Council candidate and many of the reasons why the NYC press found his and the other Urban Republicans campaigns compelling, were not partisan issues, but rather reform issues that he could build a following for across party lines.They also tended to be the issues that affected every New Yorker, throughout the city.
In 2004, he changed his registration from Republican to Democrat.Armed with this city-wide agenda, Jay decided to run for the office of Public Advocate of the City of New York in 2005.
Through this race, Jay intends to bring important issues into the debate for this city-wide elected office, and once elected to use that office's bully-pulpit to drive his reform agenda forward with the support of the people of New York City.
Jay is married to wife Kimberly, a vice-president of advertising sales for the National Geographic Channel.
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