Monday, June 2, 2014

The Company You Keep


Anthony Romano is nice, a pleasant guy.

So, how come he's endorsed by a SLAPPer, a flipper, a dipper, a farmer and assorted Dark Side dwellers?

I don't know!  But you get the TEAM you vote for.

Zombies invade the BoE meeting on May 13, 2014

That's right.

Romano's  teamed with attempted hospital sale-killers, who needlessly blew a $4.5 million dollar hole in Hoboken's budget surplus (they voted NO on a cost-free garage bond refinance), voted NO on replacing old, broken HOP buses and those damaged in Hurricane Sandy- used by elderly Hoboken residents, voted to close down Pier C Park rather than bond for flood repairs,  voted NO to bond for a traffic light at 1600 Park... No, No, No...

And what was Romano's answer to lowering Hoboken's share of County taxes? 


 NO!

Does Team Romano deserve re-election?

 NO!

But that's GA's opinion. The choice is yours- polls open tomorrw at 6 AM.

Here is the other Team:



And today, the Jersey City Mayor (and possibly NJ's next governor), Steve Fulop  gave this endorsement in an email blast:
Tomorrow, June 3rd, is Election Day and we need to keep the momentum going in Jersey City. That's why I'm supporting the column A team - Cory Booker for Senate, Donald Payne for Congress and Gerard Balmir for Freeholder and hope you will too. In the northern parts of Jersey City the Line A Column will be Cory Booker for Senate, Albio Sires for Congress, and Phil Cohen for Freeholder

Continuing the progress in Jersey City is what we work on -- together -- every day to achieve. Our team works with one goal - to make you proud and make Jersey City an even better place to call home.

As Mayor, I realize now more than ever that having partners at every level of government is crucial to our success as a city. The best example is the Jersey City budget. While our administration and the City Council worked for a tax decrease, the county freeholders proposed a tax increase on our City. For that reason we must change who represents us on the Freeholder board and get elected representatives that put the public first.

That's why we need to elect Gerry Balmir and Phil Cohen in the northern parts of Jersey City for freeholder TOMORROW, JUNE 3rd.

We need elected officials who will represent our City with an agenda that are progressive and accountable. Gerry and Phil are leaders for progressive issues, an advocate for job creation, and a vocal voice for change.

Sincerely Steven 

Well said, Steve.

Once again, polls open tomorrow at 6 AM.

1 comment:

  1. Romano went negative in today's mailer.

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