Friday, October 25, 2013

Zimmer Team and Kids First look to push Hoboken forward! Photo Saturday Church Square Park

The re-elect Mayor Dawn Zimmer campaign announces:


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Dear Horsey and MSV readers --

Our campaign for Mayor and City Council is heating up. We all know what's at stake: fiscal responsibility and integrity in our City’s government, parks and open spaces, readiness to protect our community against future storms, the list goes on. We need a team with the experience and motivation to keep us moving forward.

This is an incredibly close race, and with just days to go, we need you to stand up and say “I'm with the Zimmer Team.”


Every election year, we've come together as a family for this photo and prove what a real grassroots movement looks like.  This is one of the Zimmer Team's favorite campaign traditions and we would love for you to join us once again.  So bring your neighbors, kids and pets for a great event and let's make sure we are Leading Hoboken Forward!

Please RSVP to come out tomorrow, and if you can, stick around for canvassing after the picture. We're looking forward to seeing you!
Best,

Mayor Dawn Zimmer
www.dawnzimmer.com

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Kids First announces:

Dear friends and neighbors,

Get geared up for election day by joining Kids First and the Zimmer Team for reform's traditional Picture in the Park! Bring family and friends to Church Square Park this Saturday, October 26th, at 11:00 am (photo at 11:45 am). Wear your Kids First T-shirt, or get one at the park that morning. Afterwards, canvass with us as we spread the word about the progress of the last four years.

Then, show your support on Tuesday, October 29th, at the Board of Education Candidates’ Forum from 7-9 pm at Our Lady of Grace Auditorium (corner of Willow Avenue and Fifth Street).
 
But most important is Election Day itself. It’s vital that all reform-minded voters not only cast their votes for Kids First but help get out the vote, too. Election-day volunteers have achieved amazing results in previous elections and it's crucial we repeat that effort. So please consider volunteering an hour or two -- whatever time you have on election day -- to keep the Kids First majority this November 5th.