Please join Hoboken City Council President Jen Giattino this Thursday night to
Support Voting Rights – and Honest Elections – here in Hoboken
As the lively debate on Mile Square View makes clear, Reformers have strong opinions. On a variety of issues, from Affordable Housing and other Development priorities to Charter Schools and Rent Control we do have our differences. But when it comes to Honest Elections, Reformers speak with one voice:
Every Hoboken voter has the right to vote his or her own ballot, in private, and free from coercion. And every Hoboken voter has the right to know that each elec<on result is honest, with no ballots being bought or sold.
Sadly, in years past, Hoboken elections have not always met this test. Loyal readers of MSV know all too well about paid ‘workers,’ allegations of vote buying, and questionable funding, unreported on ELEC forms.
But in 2013, the Board of Elections did its job and rejected literally hundreds of tainted ballots. And when an attempt was made to have those ballots counted anyway, Renee Steinhagen, of New Jersey Appleseed, gave countless hours of her time to ensure the Board’s proper rejection of tainted ballots was upheld.
No matter how you feel about the outcome of this election, Renee’s work was crucial in cleaning up the conduct of all Hoboken elections for years to come.
Please join me, Hoboken City Council President Jen Giattino to thank and support Renee Steinhagen, of New Jersey Appleseed for her successful efforts.
When: Thursday , April 3 at 7:00 PM Host: Jen and Joe Giattino
Where: Our Seventh Street home
Minimum donation $75 to NJ Appleseed (tax deductible)
Details: Phone 201.780.6779 E-mail email@example.com