of Timmy's At Large City Council candidate becoming a Hoboken registered voter.
Happy Anniversary, Brit!
Pssst... take a look at Blue Jersey's report on Timmy's 2010 election:
Red Flags: How much does it cost to buy an election in Hoboken's 4th ward?Why oh, why would a nice, young woman with no history of political engagement in Hoboken, barely registered to vote, loan her good name to this crew?
Tue Dec 21, 2010 at 03:06:24 PM EST
Outgoing Hoboken Councilman Michael Lenz's supporters say it costs about $22,000. That's how much his opponent Tim Occhipinti spent on "campaign workers" to win Ward 4's Council seat in November. What's unusual about that? Well, nothing, until you consider that there were about 575 of them, and that for all that Election Day "field" help there was little Occhipinti campaign presence visible on 4th Ward streets (say the Lenz folks). And that Occhipinti paid 575 workers for an election in which only 2,076 people cast ballots (Lenz Election Day paid workers = 17). Most alarming is a spike - a big one - in vote-by-mail ballots, and who it was who turned them in: overwhelmingly it was Occhipinti's "campaign workers". Hoboken Ward 4 absentee voting dwarfs that of every other election in Hudson County, according to the Hudson Clerk's figures. The county prosecutor's office recently referred 190 vote-by-mail ballots to the state Attorney General's office, though it's not known if any investigation concerns the Lenz campaign's allegations.
Vote by Mail percentages off-the-charts in Hoboken's 4th Ward- 28% of ballots cast for Occhipinti were PAID campaign workers
Save yourself, Britney! Once the fraudulent and/or paid-for ballots cast for you start rolling in (and they will) your good name will be forever soiled.