Sunday, October 11, 2015

A smarter future?

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?"

12 comments:

  1. Who's their campaign manager?

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    1. Oh you never mind pesky little details like that. I am sure those campaign flyers magically appeared and never even cost a dime. No need to deal w/ campaign managers, pesky forms or following the law when stuff appears out of thin air for free.

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  2. How would anyone know? Damn...wasn't their kick off like a week or two ago? That has got to be some kind of record. So much for transparency and accountability.

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  3. Dont be fooled. This ticket may be a freak show but they are a threat. Is Frank farming votes for ex-running mate Brit and buddy Madigan? He may well be. Remember when Rose Markle just squeaked in barely ahead of Madigan, or was it Waiters? Every single registered voter has to show up on Nov 3. Or else. We can we will watch us.

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  4. In all fairness, do you think they care about the law? The last anti-reform slate never even filed their campaign finances. They paid for all sorts of stuff or got their friends to pay for things that were never reported. Remember that Nazi truck those disgusting slobs had driving around town?

    I thought they were scraping the bottom of the barrel in the CC race, but they really outdid themselves on the BOE race.

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    1. Britney Montgomery is the biggest disgrace on this ticket. The other two don't know any better, Britney does. She taught special ed for many years, she DOES know better. If she were in it for the children, really cared, she'd at least attend meetings and WOULDN'T be sucking up to the likes of Garcia and Russo, wouldn't be running with a guy who curses out opponents in front of their children.

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    2. I disagree. Madigan, Mr. "hit print on the copy machine and collect a fat paycheck", knows exactly what he is doing.

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  5. What a crew. Interesting strategy, combine the harvest with empty promises to parents in other schools. Shame on anyone who would inflict this crew on the unsuspecting students of the public schools knowing they would never appoint any of them to their own board.

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  6. Their political and financial backers want the BOE back. They want the money and jobs, that's simple.

    Madigan wants revenge for being dismissed from his "job".

    Brit wants an elected office (apparently any elected office).

    What does Alana want? She has only lived in Hoboken for a few years and has no prior interest in or connection to the public schools. None. What did they promise her? What could she possibly need?

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    1. Kaufmann is a charter parent. What does she want? What do you think?

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    2. I suspect Kaufman will do as she is told. I doubt any of the puppets "know what they want". In my opinion, they are the fools and tools of the people writing the checks.

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  7. I totally expect candidates who can't follow the rules for elections can be trusted to follow the rules and regulations for public education. Notsomuch.

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