Yesterday's MSV Monday scorcher on the recent poll confirming the Jen Giattino surge created an earthquake here and across the Mile Square City.
With the hotly contested Hoboken election entering the backstretch, all the Bhalla campaign narratives about Jen Giattino's insurgent grass roots campaign have come to a screeching halt. It's sent the cave dwellers into much gnashing of teeth as they realize all the effort over months to squash the Reform Resistance has failed.
Execution is the name of the game here on out for all four of the major mayoral campaigns. With less than a month to go and all four mayoral candidates within range, the flurry to the finish promises to be like no living Hobokenite has witnessed here in a mayoral race.
With the high stakes in play, it pays to keep a calm head and an eye on the target. Unfortunately for some, that's anything but the issues that matter to voters heading to the polls next month.
When the game winds down, you want to make sure the ball is in the right hands seeing nothing but net.
Traffic continues to increase as the Hoboken public becomes more engaged. It may double before Election Day arrives. Start the countdown.
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Angelo Valente, Independent Candidate for the Hoboken Council at Large, released this week, the third of a series of campaign videos outlining the Valente for Hoboken common sense campaign platform. The video released at ValenteForHoboken.Com outlines Valente's plan for permanent cultural and recreational faculties in the city.
“For many years we have had the untapped and underutilized resources to implement my common sense plan for creating permanent cultural and recreational faculties. My plan uses the rooftops of municipal garages, the long dormant former YMCA and the existing Multi-Service Center to build a new senior center, and new recreational and cultural facilities for Hoboken residents of all ages,” explained Valente.
Additional details on Valente's entire platform are available on valenteforhoboken.com.