Misinformation, fear and hate are turning the school board election into an auction.
NEW BRUNSWICK–Lawyers from across the legal community will come together next week for the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Pro Bono Conference.
STATE — A new Rutgers Regional Report examined the state county-by-county as of the fiscal year that ended in mid-2010, and found “a significant redistribution of resources” from affluent areas to those of low and moderate means.
PERTH AMBOY – Billy Delgado’s genuine concern for people, specific plans to revitalize the economy and decades of experience showed. Incumbent Mayor Wilda Diaz’s lack of readiness was painfully apparent. Robert McCoy, Miguel Morales, Frank Salado, and Sharon Hubberman seemed content to watch the principle contenders battle for undecided voters.
PERTH AMBOY — Civil rights advocates are routing against Mayor Wilda Diaz in the upcoming election because she joined Republican Gov. Chris Christie’s effort to abolish the state’s affordable housing effort, which would have hurt both the poor and middle class and thrust New Jersey back to the dark days before segregation was outlawed.