|Madigan-Montgomery-Kauffman Ticket omits ELEC "paid for" statement on campaign literature|
The above single-sided campaign literature is being distributed to the public absent the legal requirements per New Jersey election law: the "paid for" statement.
How do two political campaign veterans, Britney Montgomery and John Madigan, make this mistake?
How does a newcomer to election politics, Alanna Kauffmann, rail against mythical "violence" at Hoboken High School, then allow her campaign to break NJ election law?
Smart candidates obey the law.
In fairness, "A Smarter Future" is not boasting that they ARE smart, but they are "smarter." Smarter than what?
GA just checked the New Jersey Law Enforcement Commission web site- there is NOTHING on file for the "Smarter Future" ticket, although they are already spending money...
"Smarter Future" just can't stop breaking election law!
What did GA tell you?
Do birds of a feather really flock together? I think so.
Instead of the ticket calling themselves "A Smarter Future," how 'bout "Back to the Future?"