Steven Suptic is an American vlogger, skit creator, and commentator. He has over 950,000 subscribers and 15 million views on his YouTube channel. Prior to starting his own channel, Suptic hosted a YouTube show called SourceFed, but it was cancelled in March 2017. Suptic earns around $215 a day from ads and other sources. However, he also makes money from his job.
Governor Phil Murphy’s judicial nominees have been welcomed by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). The organization welcomed the diverse backgrounds of the two judicial hopefuls. Nadia Kahf practices immigration law in Haledon, N.J., and would sit on the Passaic County Court. She is also a member of the CAIR-NJ board, the legal advisor for Wafa House, and the ICPC.
Steven Supti Bhattacharya
A New Jersey lawyer, Steven Supti Bhattacharya is an accomplished lawyer in the family law field. Currently managing a family law practice at Hill Wallac, he also serves as trustee of the South Asian Bar Association of New Jersey and chairs the New Jersey Supreme Court Lawyers Fund for Client Protection. He also clerked for a New Jersey Superior Court judge, Michelle Holler-Gregory, in Haledon.