Sunday, November 18, 2012

Vice President Joe Biden coming to Hoboken today

The Associated Press reports Joe Biden will be in Hoboken today making stops in New Jersey to observe damage from Hurricane Sandy.

Biden has already voiced remarks about a candidacy for President in 2016.

Governor Chris Christie has also been been often mentioned as a candidate and also visited Hoboken holding a well attended Sunday press conference downtown on lower First Street.

It's unclear if VP Biden will be holding a press conference or solely coming to observe hurricane damage.

Vice President Joe Biden will be in New Jersey with an anticipated visited to Hoboken Sunday.

The Jersey Journal notes Hoboken sustained the largest damage in the county by far:
The overwhelming number of the affected structures in Hudson County -- 2,248 -- are in Hoboken, according to the analysis.
Of those 2,248 damaged buildings in Hoboken, 974 of those buildings sustained major damage, according to the report.

Related: A Star Ledger story details the damage in New Jersey being tabulated and indicates it's not anywhere near complete.

Update: The VP made it to Hoboken this afternoon and The Boken captured some of the visit: