Monday, October 30, 2017

Council candidate Joshua Einstein debuts video address

Official release:

Joshua Einstein, the independent candidate for Hoboken City Council launched another means of communicating with the voters today – a campaign video. Many campaigns have videos and Einstein’s makes good spirited fun of them by pointing out that they all take place out and about in town as if voters weren’t aware of where they lived. The video, which at a little over 3 minutes is concise and to the point, dives head on into the meat and potato issues facing Hoboken as well as the fact the Einstein has a written record of addressing said issues in depth and in print in numerous newspapers and websites.

In the video Einstein also pokes fun at some of the major mayoral campaigns for conducting never ending polling in order to identify the issues. On this Einstein stated “I believe that everyone running for mayor and the council candidates in their factions have the best intentions, but it is a bit funny that many of these campaigns are so insecure in their knowledge of Hoboken’s challenges that they have had to constantly do mass calls to residents to figure them out.” He continued, “you would think that after so many years living in our town or serving in local government they would have an idea of the issues the people care about.”

On these issues, Einstein highlighted the over-bonding that if continued will lead to tax increases, the sorry state of Hoboken’s roads, the destruction of Washington St, eminent domain abuse, the war on parking, and the high cost of living. To find out more about Hoboken’s independent candidate for City Council visit On November 7, vote 1-I – Joshua Einstein!