A video case study looks back at what a producer believes she and the Lewis Spears campaign were able to accomplish together.
The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office announced the arrest today of Tyquan Baisden, 25, in the October death of his girlfriend, 27 year-old Diamond Davila.
Ward C Councilman Richard Boggiano has ignored challenger Kevin Bing’s invitation to a debate according to an announcement from the Bing campaign yesterday.
Ward C Councilman Richard Boggiano and his challenger, community activist Kevin Bing, who will face each other in a runoff election on Tuesday, Dec. 7, are back on the campaign trail trading talking points and at times some not-so-disguised barbs.
As he greeted rapturous constituents on Martin Luther King Boulevard this morning, Frank “Educational” Gilmore shared his feelings and plans for the future.
In the election to fill three school board seats, the Jersey City Education Association-backed Education Matters candidates Younass Mohamed Barkouch, Natalia Ioffe and Paula Jones-Watson convincingly defeated five other candidates, three of whom ran under the banner Change for Children.
Mayor Steven M. Fulop earned a third term last night with a convincing win over political newcomer, Lewis Spears.
An analysis of the nearly 800 votes the City Council took in the first 40 weeks of this year shows a striking pattern: Members of “Team” Fulop — Councilmembers Richard Boggiano, Mira Prinz-Arey, Denise Ridley, Daniel Rivera, Jermaine Robinson, Yousef Saleh, and Joyce Watterman — voted in lock step 99 percent of the time, in every instance voting in favor of whatever resolution or ordinance had been introduced.
Your letter uses red-baiting scare tactics, calling Brooks a “proud and declared socialist,” as though that is something that is threatening and dangerous.
On October 13, Ward E Councilman James Solomon sat down with us for an interview covering everything from traffic safety to ethics reform.