rtrux
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November 19, 2017
"With the exception of time, money, and party affiliation, I wouldn’t change a thing." Umm, you're kidding, right? If a campaign didn't have the time or money, then why the heck did the candidate in the first place? Isn't that politics 101? And running a Republican for mayor of a heavily Democratic city was also a huge risk, do you honestly think people wouldn't care? Elections might be nonpartisan, but people are not. Again, sounds like you ignored reality. Time to move on, Peter. Let it go.
SamPesin
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November 19, 2017
Al, thank you very much for your story and including Mayor Fulop's strong quotes. This is not a rumor. An elected official will go on record this week to confirm he also heard this is definitely happening now with DEP rushing to a lease with no hearings.
Theatre Ensemble presents show for children
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HOBOKEN – The Hudson Theatre Ensemble’s Silly on Sixth Children’s Series presents “Sing Me A Story with Sue!” at the Hudson School Performance Space, 601 Park Ave., Hoboken, on Sunday, Nov. 19 at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 25, at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. The show runs about 40 minutes and is suitable for children aged 2 to 10. All tickets are $10. For reservations, call (201) 377-7014 or reservations@hudsontheatreensemble.com. And if your child has a November birthday, incorporate Silly on Sixth into your birthday plans. The entire audience will sing Happy Birthday to your child, the kids meet the actors after the show, and you can take photos of your child with the actors. Call Florence for details at (201) 377-7014.
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Tottenhamwins
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November 19, 2017
I agree that the campaign was ugly but a lot of that was your team's fault. The nastiness started with the dishonesty in which the Suez contract was handled and spilled out into the online forums. Some of Jen's supporters exhibited disgusting behavior which continues to this day. And then there was the dishonest argument over Ravi having higher aspirations - which was dishonest b/c the person pushing it wasn't even finishing out her term when running for Mayor. It also did not help that your candidate took no firm positions that mattered with respect to what her party was doing politically. While city races are nonpartisan, when Republicans start doing things that financially hurt city residents, that matters. And a Republican with higher aspirations like Jen has a responsibility to tell people where she stands. She really didn't - and she lost control over the narrative because of that. Yes it was a bad campaign season but quite honestly, the fault lies with Jen and the people who pushed her into running a losing and very divisive campaign. I respect you Peter, and I voted for you every time you ran for office but you need to understand that on Jen, even your own staunchly reform ward largely disagreed with you by a very wide margin.
SlappingToast
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November 19, 2017
when defusco is ready to be mayor he will realize how stupid it would be for a mayor-elect to throw the police department under the bus before he even takes the oath of office by contributing to a fund to pay an investigator to do the job of the police department. everything with defusco is a publicity stunt. he never thinks about consequences of actions because he never thinks past the moment the stunt is over. not ready for primetime.