Mayoral candidate Lewis Spears has announced that on Saturday he became just the fourth—and the youngest—African American man in 200 years, to garner enough petitions to certify as a mayoral candidate in November’s general election.
On Monday, we sat down with Ward F Councilman Jermaine Robinson for a wide-ranging discussion covering everything from developer Peter Mocco to an infamous Zoom meeting on the future of Liberty State Park.
A recent college graduate and an advocate for the hearing-impaired are among the nine candidates running for three seats on the Jersey City Board of Education in November.
In a Facebook Post this morning, Councilman-at-large Rolando Lavarro announced that he is running for re-election.
Recently, we sat down to chat with community activist and union representative Joel Brooks, covering everything from rent control to socialism.
City Council-at-large candidate June Jones is a retired respiratory care practitioner who founded the Morris Canal Community Development Corporation and serves as its president.
Activist and educator Lewis Spears formally launched his campaign for mayor before an enthusiastic crowd of supporters gathered at the Factory Lounge on Communipaw Avenue.
Recently, we sat down with Ward B Councilwoman Mira Prinz-Arey for an extensive interview covering everything from the Pompidou Jersey City to the city’s tree canopy.
We recently sat down with Ward A Councilwoman Denise Ridley for a wide-ranging interview. First elected in 2017, Ridley will be running for reelection in November as part of “Team Fulop.”
Apparently, the race for the Ward F City Council seat has another entrant, Vernon Richardson. Richardson has launched a website announcing his run and describing his reasons for throwing his hat in the ring.