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Beth Mason urges residents in robocall yesterday to join her battle to promote herself... somewhere
Last night Hoboken residents phones were ringing with a robocall from the supremely litigious councilwoman of 921 Hudson Street with a direly important message: join her in fighting Hoboken traffic and the Monarch butterfly?
Independently, Hoboken residents said the robocall failed to deliver on the details where the politically craven councilwoman wished to meet up.
The robocall abruptly cut off leaving the Mason family investment wasted as to the time and place where to join Beth Mason in fighting... the Monarch butterfly?
One resident giggled after receiving the robocall while listening as the call abruptly ended before telling Hoboken residents the required details, "It just cut off and the line went dead. It's right out of the gang that couldn't shoot straight," he said referring to the coterie of political operatives who splurge on Mason family funds.
Another resident confirmed the robocall cut off before any location details were spelled out but was more reflective on what the call signifies for the beleaguered second ward sighing, "I guess she is really desperate to keep the 2nd ward seat."
Elections for all six ward seats are up in November 2015 and reports suggest Beth Mason will hold on to the only political chit she can in the hopes to trade up to another political job. Yesterday MSV detailed she's already launched another website but doesn't tout the only political position she holds as the first reason to consider her.
Repeated attempts to leverage the second ward council seat in Hoboken have eluded her even with million dollar expenditures in Hoboken and tens of thousands given to NJ political figures and statewide Democratic committees. One rumor said the Mason family entered into a failed seven figure bidding war for the Hoboken Assembly seat. She was said to be so irked by the endeavor's failure to buy her way out of Hoboken into higher office she refused to back the departing office holder of the Assembly seat in a bid for Hoboken mayor. The complaint by Beth Mason? Then Assemblyman Ruben Ramos had failed to give her a heads up on that failed purchase.
Last year, Beth Mason backed Timmy Occhipinti for mayor who was crushed by Mayor Dawn Zimmer and then Assemblyman Ruben Ramos, coming in a very distant third.
Beth Mason has even given a now former Hoboken prosecutor significant monies who would later run for a NJ Freeholder position. She however didn't get much in the way of a conviction against this editor on behalf of one of her thuggish political operatives.
Talking Ed Note: MSV has detailed Beth Mason's numerous political operations against the people of Hoboken and reported on her voting to stop funding for the City's legal effort to oppose the Monarch project last year in the story below.