Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Kids First poised to sweep, November elections, no runoff, rent control remains

While an unknown number of provisional and vote-by-mail ballots outstanding maybe in four figures, Kids First looks to be in position to sweep the BoE election.  The machine tallies are as follows:

Ruthy McAllister had 3,498 votes; Jean Marie Mitchell, 3,223 votes and Tom Kluepfel, 3,426 votes.

The Move Forward slate trails with Elizabeth Markevitch 2,844, Anthony Oland 2,513, and Felice Vazquez 2,488.

Patricia Waiters has 987 votes running as an independent.

One ward of the Third Ward is outstanding on the machines.

The Move Forward Nazi Truck cruises down 14th Street, its fifth trip to Hoboken.  How'd that work out for you Joe?


November elections appears to have passed along with eliminating runoff elections.

November elections: 8,475 yes 2,486
Eliminate Runoffs: 7,621 yes 5,296 no

The rent control law remains status quo as is in a tight vote to eliminate on vacancy:

No 6,975

Yes 6,444

Large unknown illegal monies for a BoE slate, thuggery, and a Nazi Truck looks to have delivered nothing but crushing defeat for Beth Mason.  
The BoE vote along with the election won't be confirmed until week's end.

Talking Ed Note: The rent control provision has the largest chance of changing with an unknown amount of provisionals and absentees outstanding.

The mayor and at-large council seats will be up for re-election likely in November 2013.

If the numbers hold, the Old Guard for all intents and purposes has been handed a smashing defeat.

Move Forward Nazi Truck Back!!

They're back!!! For the fifth time in Hoboken, the Move Forward Nazi Truck returns to the Mile Square.

The police just forced the Nazi Truck to move off the uptown pier where you guessed it, the Move Forward plague on Hoboken was parked illegally.

The Move Forward Nazi Truck showed its devotion offering a commercial for its candidates.
Any more doubts on who the Nazi Truck was working with all along?  Beth Mason doesn't do apologies and won't be giving any to the rabbi or anyone else for that matter.  She's above all laws including religious.

Most telling, the Move Foward Nazi Truck is showing a commercial - Move Forward's!!!

Get word out and stop Beth Mason's Nazi Truck!!

VOTE K-L-M.

Talking Ed Note: The Hudson Reporter said claims Beth Mason was behind the production video presented on the Nazi Truck was akin to the claims of space aliens and other outlandish conclusions.

However, the Nazi Truck is now showing the highly produced, expensive Move Forward commercial seen on local cable stations with heavy rotation.

There's heavy lighting equipment outside Beth Mason's "civic charity."

Who does the Hudson Reporter think is paying for all this?

Move Forward Nazi Truck Back!!

They're back!!! For the fifth time in Hoboken, the Move Forward Nazi Truck returns to Hoboken.

The police just forced the Nazi Truck to move off the uptown pier where you guessed it, the Move Forward plague on Hoboken was parked illegally.





Most telling, the Move Foward Nazi Truck is showing a commercial - Move Forward's!!!

Get word out and stop Beth Mason's Nazi Truck!!

VOTE K-L-M.

NJ Email and Fax option: apply by 5:00 PM today

The cascade of applications for a ballot via email and fax has caused the State to issue an extension.

From a NJ colleague:

I've confirmed this. The NJ Dept of State has extended the deadline to submit ballots by fax or email until FRIDAY, 11/9 at 8pm. 

But applications still need to be submitted by TODAY at 5pm. 

County clerks offices will process applications until noon on Friday. 

http://www.politickernj.com/60872/deadline-emailed-votes extended#.UJleVF1raSU.twitter%23ixzz2BTI2nT4Q


INSTRUCTIONS:


How to vote by email and fax if you can't make the polls.

Okay, you've been through a lot and you need to figure out how this vote by email and fax thing works.

It's not too complicated but the first step is the most important. 

1) Download the ballot application here: http://www.hudsoncountyclerk.org/elections/vote-mail-ballot2012.pdf

2) Print it out and sign with original signature

3) Return your application for a ballot to email or fax by 5:00 today on Election Day!


Complete the application and return the application to us via fax (201-369-3478) or e-mail (countyclerk@hcnj.us orhrosario@hcnj.us ).  Your application must have a valid, original signature. E-signatures, or typed names are not acceptable.



You need to contact the Hudson County Board of Elections and request a ballot be sent to you via email by 5:00 PM TODAY! 


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It must be an original signature, not a scanned version. Note you've been displaced when you do return your ballot.


Phone: (201) 369-3470 

From the County Clerk site:  http://www.hudsoncountyclerk.org


ATTENTION: Important Election Notices:
Updated 11/4/12  7pm
IMPORTANT ELECTION ANNOUNCEMENT FOR FIRST RESPONDERS & VOTERS DISPLACED BY HURRICANE SANDY.



 According to a new directive ordered by the State of NJ, if you have been displaced by Hurricane Sandy and can not return home to vote at your polling location on Election Day, and can not appear at the County Clerk’s Office by 4:30 p.m. Monday, November 5th to apply for a Mail-in Ballot you may do the following in order to vote in the General Election:
You can vote by e-mail ballot the same way military and overseas applicants do.  Simply download a Mail-in Ballot Application: Mail-in Ballot Application  /Solicitud de Voto Por Correocomplete the application and return the application to us via fax (201-369-3478) or e-mail (countyclerk@hcnj.us orhrosario@hcnj.us ).  Your application must have a valid, original signature. E-signatures, or typed names are not acceptable.

Please include a notation in your e-mail or on your faxed application that you have been displaced by the hurricane and are not able to make it to our office or your polling place.

Hoboken Voting Problem? - You can always vote by Provisional Ballot

There's been a couple of voting problem reports out; one incorrect but one very problematic. 

MSV is getting reports the poll workers at the Multi-Service Center are incorrectly sending people to 220 Adams St.  People don't have time to chase their tail and go to the wrong place to vote.

Hudson County election officials are instructing the poll workers correctly voters have the absolute right to vote on a PROVISIONAL BALLOT if they go to a polling station and are told they are not able to vote there for any reason.

For any reason.

So if you are short on time and don't believe the information is correct, demand a provisional ballot and by law, the poll worker must issue you one.

You can then vote on the entire ballot in Hoboken.

The law applies to state voters anywhere in New Jersey but you wouldn't have the ability to vote on the local issues in that circumstance.

Hoboken High School earlier this morning.  It's all smiles here and everything has been good to go in the 3-5.

NJ Election Coverage - Also Vote Kids First - K-L-M


  In Hoboken Vote K-L-M for Kids First on BoE. And Yes to Questions #1 and #3.

Get your poll location by text!

Just enter:

 877-877 


and put in the message just your address and zip code 07030.
Within a minute you'll get your correct polling station!

Also getting reports of people inside the Multi-Service Center sending people incorrectly to 220 Adams St. Will someone straighten these poll workers out?

Send photos and/or video of concern to smartyjones@me.com
We don't want to see Hoboken Move Forward with election fraud.

It's Election Day - Please vote, help Kids First! Vote K-L-M

A Special Election Day message from Da Horsey, SmartyJones

Today is Election Day and Hoboken is in a battle for its soul after Hurricane Sandy.

The target of the local corruptocrats, led by Beth Mason's allowance money from husband Ricky Mason is the $63 million Board of Education.

All the ugliness witnessed: illegal untold support for Move Forward, the Nazi Truck's FOUR visits in Hoboken, the paid thuggery is derived from Beth Mason's unquenchable lust for power.

Word on all sides: there's been severe water damage to the illicit vote-by-mail ballots.
Or as Governor Christie put it himself right here in the City of Hoboken Sunday:




Whether you have children in the Hoboken schools or not, it's important to continue the progress, undoing of corruption and protect the integrity of our schools:

VOTE: K- L - M


Drop by 626 Bloomfield Tuesday starting at 7 AM, to grab a Kids First T-shirt, a Kids First button and Kids First voter information cards. Hold a campaign sign. Hand out literature. Only an hour of your time will make a difference in this very close election where every vote counts! 


Please also vote YES on Referendum Questions #1 and #3.

Cunningham: 'Vote K-L-M, watch for Mason backed Move Forward voter fraud'

From the desk of Council President Peter Cunningham:

Good evening friends, family and neighbors, 

I hope we are beginning to see some improvement in our lives as we assess, give thanks and continue to support those around us less fortunate.  As we continue to pick up the pieces from the wrath of Sandy, the below note from the Administration highlights the following:

Power issues, tomorrow's elections, public transportation, FEMA claims, donations, garbage pick up and parking regulations.

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Besides the all important presidential election tomorrow, there are several local issues on the ballot of importance.  SCHOOL BOARDS:  As many of you know, I have worked with the Kids First team for years.  Many thanks to all who have supported these great leaders and policy makers which continue to cut waste, improve the efficiency, eliminate patronage, introduce new programs, improve public school education and increase our property values by putting Kids First.

Please see their most recent flyer below, and vote K-L-M for Kluepfel, Mitchell & McAllister.  I can guarantee you that the other slate supported by the minority council members and financed with contributions that violate campaign finance reform we passed last year will attempt voter fraud.  They will try to take advantage of the hurricane and possible low voter turn out as a result.  Please vote, as all polling locations are powered up and ready to go! 

Public Question Number 3:  I favor moving the elections to November (like the school board election tomorrow) and eliminating the run off.  Consolidating elections in November makes it easier to vote, and increase voter turn out.  A much higher voter turn out mitigates the abuses like what we've seen with hundreds of illegal absentee ballots.  It also reduces taxpayer costs associated with multiple elections.  

Public Question Number 1:  Would eliminate the need for a runoff election (currently if you don't get to 50% of the vote as a municipal candidate the first go-around, you have to run in an additional and unnecessary election a couple weeks later - something that has never changed the course of a Hoboken Mayoral race), while Question 3 would move the elections from May to November.  Please VOTE YES to BOTH questions 1 and 3.  

Thank you for your indulgence.  Let me know if you have any additional questions, and please pass on as you see fit.

Council President Cunningham at the Elks with Mayor Zimmer and Governor Christie