One source told GA:
Without the democratic chair she can't launder money into nov elections. once she is out of office Ricky is going to clean house. [redacted] becomes Woody from Cheers. Irrelevant nobody. Fish Head inn where nobody knows his name.
|Disgusting fish. (And the one in the graphic, too.)|
Another source told me:
[redacted] wants Beth to be chair so he'll control the democratic party.What does this all mean?
Well, the Hoboken Democratic Party (HPD) raises money and donates it to Democratic candidates and causes to advance said candidates. From the HPD by-laws:
The 2014 Hoboken Democratic Party was pretty inactive. The Jan 15, 2015 ELEC filing for the period from October 10, 2014 to December 31, 2014 shows ZERO receipts, one expenditure of $400 and a balance of $4,455.21.
The ELEC filed for this period was 11 pages long.
Treasurer Dana Wefer reported: (1) Receipts, (2) Itemized Receipts, (3) Adjustment Schedule, (4) Loans, (5) Itemized Disbursements, (6) Itemized Monetary Contributions to Candidates and Committees, (7) Itemized Expenditures Made on Behalf of Candidates /Committees, (8) Debts and obligations Owed by Committee and (9) Debts and Obligations Owed to Committee.
That's a lot of transparency for ZERO receipts and one $400 expenditure.
For the same time period in 2003, the Hoboken Democratic Party reported $128,750 in monetary receipts, $130,035 in expenditures, the year-to-date monetary receipts were $240,269.43 and $239, 279.28 in expenditures.
The balance left for that period was $990.15.
The ELEC for this period was 2 pages long. No contributors or disbursements reported.
Where did the contributions come from? Where did they go?
Same party, different year.
We'll find out who's in charge on Monday after the HDP reorganization. Word on the street is, it will not be Mason. More word on the street is that one rotten tuna will be put out to pasture shortly after.
Last stop, Fish Head Inn.