Elizabeth apartment dwellers should strongly consider voting “Democrats For Change” in the up-coming election to offset the anti-tenant, pro-landlord history of the Bollwage Administration in Elizabeth and of the superior court in Boss Lesniak’s Union County.
The Transportation Trust Fund is going bankrupt. The 1985 vote on the TTF received more ‘No’ votes than ‘Yes’ votes but a dependent Court ruled that it had passed! This makes the TTF illegitimate.
We made it through another Memorial Day. Thankfully, most people think of it as just the start of summer. They don’t seem to use it as America’s political leaders have long wanted: as a day of reverence for America’s world domination.
RAHWAY — The Democratic candidates for mayor have even odds in Tuesday’s primary. It’s a rough-and-tumble contest that pits a 32-year political insider against a longtime volunteer who never before sought election but appears to hold the lead.
ROSELLE — Four borough residents have filed an ethics complaint against Councilman Jamel Holley, citing his admission to charges that he violated the absentee voting law by illegally influencing voters in the 2006 primary election.
UNION — Two newcomers won a key Democratic endorsement over the pair of political insiders in the June 8 primary for Township Committee.
LINDEN — Following up on his call for a $95,000 cap on municipal salaries at a Mt. Moriah Church candidates forum, Councilman Derek Armstead, 47, noted that more than 100 municipal employees are currently paid in excess of $100,000.
ELIZABETH – Arron Goldblatt, an Elmora resident and School 16 principal, says taxpayers should elect Armando DaSilva to city council.
UNION COUNTY – New details have emerged concerning the political deal that allowed Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich to collect a pension without retiring from his elected office.
CRANFORD – A Roselle school board member who allegedly led police on a car and foot chase Monday was arrested and charged with burglary, theft and resisting arrest. Michael Boyd, 39, was arrested following reports of vehicle burglary in progress…
LINDEN — Once considered a shoe-in as the mayoral nominee, Council President Robert Bunk, 77, slipped to third place as underdog challenger John Fine, 48, has emerged in a neck-in-neck race with Councilman Derek Armstead, 46, whose advantage is less than the margin of error.
STATE — Lottery officials said that one grand prize winning ticket was sold in Ohio for last night’s $260 million Powerball drawing.
LINDEN – Police arrested three people on drug and weapon charges following a Sunday evening traffic stop, authorities said.