In many ways, Fernando Uribe shares little politically with those who appear on his podcast Talk on the Hudson, where he conducts weekly interviews with movers and shakers on the local political scene.
The race to make sure Robert Menendez Jr. glides into the House of Representatives as Rep. Albio Sires’ successor is New Jersey politics at its worst.
Standing next to his parents, his wife and his two children, Mayor Steven M. Fulop was sworn in today to a third term of office.
Richard Boggiano has been reelected to the Ward C City Council seat he has held since 2013, defeating businessman and political newcomer Kevin Bing.
Ward C Councilman Richard Boggiano has ignored challenger Kevin Bing’s invitation to a debate according to an announcement from the Bing campaign yesterday.
Kevin Bing has now thrown the proverbial gauntlet at the feet of Ward C Councilman Richard Boggiano by challenging him to a debate.
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.
Mayor Steven M. Fulop earned a third term last night with a convincing win over political newcomer, Lewis Spears.
When I vote for Spears tomorrow, I won’t just be doing it to register my disapproval of the incumbent. I’ll be voting for something, and somebody — a candidate whose agenda, interests, connections, and demeanor represents a clean and definitive break from the priorities and direction of the current administration.