Sanford asks for support for Republicans on Tuesday
Jun 01, 2014 | 425 views | 1 1 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Dear Editor:

Friends and Neighbors: A little over a month ago Ted Conrad and I launched our campaign for leadership of the Hoboken Republican party. Thank you for your awesome response to our campaign. We appreciate the time, energy and money that you have donated to our cause. This Tuesday, June 3, please vote for all of our friends and candidates running under “Column K” on the Hudson County Republican line!

The race is almost over and with your help next Tuesday “Column K” is going to win big!

Our campaign has focused on a positive agenda. We will continue to lead by example and work with all people to act on solving the issues confronting our community. Our campaign has shown that people can work together to achieve great things.

Under our leadership the Republican Party will be a force for change in Hoboken. We ask for your vote to help make change happen in our city. Together we can speak out on important issues and hold local officials accountable. Together we can build the Republican Party into a viable alternative to the status quo. Together we can build a record of success and achievement. That is what our team stands for!

This Tuesday please vote “Column K” for all candidates running under the Hudson County Republican line!

With sincere thanks,

James Sanford
Hoboken Republican Chair Nominee
Ward 4 District 3 Committeeman

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assilem
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June 02, 2014
Mr. Sanford, I am seriously thinking of crossing part lines after seeing the illegal behavior of the Hudson County Democratic machine. My disgust with them grows regularly. On May 5th I found democratic party leaders posting campaign posters all over public property in Jersey City on JFK Blvd. Yesterday, I saw they had plastered even more thoroughly on Palisades Blvd and Hoboken Ave. To see the democratic machine breaking the law plastering campaign posters all over Jersey City and claiming it is the norm might ruin a democrats faith but as an independent I will certainly be studying your candidates background before the election.