Bayonne Mayor Mark Smith holds kick-off for reelection bid
Feb 14, 2014 | 1540 views | 1 1 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
BAYONNE – Hundreds attended the first campaign event of the season for Bayonne Mark Smith held at The Chandelier Restaurant on Wednesday, Feb. 12.

The mayor is running for another term in the May 13 non-partisan election.

At the affair, Smith announced his council slate, which remains unchanged. Current council members Terrence Ruane, Agnes Gillespie, Joseph Hurley, Raymond Greaves, and Debra Czerwienski all will once again run on the Smith ticket.

“We’ve made some tough, hard decisions and we’ve come a long way,” Smith said. “Let’s have fun, and then tomorrow the work begins for Bayonne.”

The kick off was attended by local, area, and state political figures, including former Gov. Richard Codey; County Freeholders William O’Dea, Anthony Romano, and Doreen DiDomenico; and former Jersey City mayor, Jerramiah Healy. – Joseph Passantino

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March 20, 2014
Smith should not be re-elected

In an answer to Smith reducing the budget deficit by 40%.

Any Mayor who sells property for 50% less than its value with income and does not collect taxes .................................should not be re-elected.

That's what the present Mayor Smith has done.

With the consent of all present council team

tax (property) increase for 5 years.

...... All deserve not to be Re-elected...

John R. Cupo... The real estate Man.