Hoboken mayoral candidate Ravi Bhalla and slate file petitions

Emily Jabbour, Ravi Bhalla, Jim Doyle, and John Allen, here in front of Hoboken City Hall, filed their nominating petitions Wednesday for their mayoral and council bids.
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Emily Jabbour, Ravi Bhalla, Jim Doyle, and John Allen, here in front of Hoboken City Hall, filed their nominating petitions Wednesday for their mayoral and council bids.

HOBOKEN – Councilman Ravi Bhalla, candidate for Hoboken mayor, and his at-large slate of Councilman Jim Doyle, Emily Jabbour and John Allen filed 2,796 petition signatures with the Hoboken City Clerk this week. Bhalla filed 1,004 himself.
“We engaged voters throughout the city in our petition-gathering effort, using it as an opportunity to have thousands of conversations at residents’ doors and in strategic locations,” said Bhalla in the press release.
“Voters were responsive to our plans for fixing our aging infrastructure, comprehensively addressing our flooding problem, holding the line on taxes, and building on the successes of the Zimmer Administration,” he said. “Between now and election day, we will continue, and step-up our active grassroots campaigning, assisted by dedicated volunteers.”