Tuesday, March 12, 2019

HudCo announces: "We have assumed control, we have assumed control"

HudCo announces:

Well, it's more like a Soviet Politburo release on its committee members but it amounts to the same thing as the announcement came even prior to petition submission dates for candidates to run in an election.

Who needs elections? It's already decided.

So here's the HudCo official list which actually was released last month (true story). It came prior to the unfortunate incidents related to anti-Semitism the national party had to embarrassingly subsume but tone deaf isn't a HudCo issue anyway, it's a feature.

Of note, the official comment of support lists Ravi Bhalla. Which of course will be highly entertaining to the insiders who know differently.

Hey, Hudco has assumed control and they aren't letting go. Prepare your wallets Hoboken.


Hudson County Democratic Organization Announces Endorsements for June Primary Election
JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- The Hudson County Democratic Organization is announcing its candidate endorsements for the June Primary Election. This diverse group of men and women reflect the core values of the HCDO and have proven themselves as dedicated public servants for the people of Hudson County.
The slate of endorsed candidates has the support of HCDO Chairwoman Amy DeGise, Mayor Nicholas Sacco, Mayor Brian Stack, Mayor Jimmy Davis, Mayor Steve Fulop, Mayor Ravi Bhalla, Mayor Richard Turner, Mayor Wayne Zitt, Mayor Al Santos, Mayor Michael Gonnelli, Mayor James Fife and Mayor Joseph Smith.
“As we continue to see our country divided by hate and intolerance coming from the White House, now more than ever it is critical that we as a Democratic Party work together to rebuild a stronger nation,” said Hudson County Democratic Organization Chairwoman Amy DeGise. “This is why it is crucial for us to have dedicated public servants representing us not just in Washington, but right here in Hudson County and down in Trenton. By working together with this diverse and experienced slate of candidates, I am certain that we will continue to fight for our values as Democrats and Hudson County residents.”
The Hudson County Democratic Organization is endorsing:
Assemblywoman Angela McKnight and Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti for the 31st District Assembly
Assemblywoman Angelica Jimenez and Assemblyman Pedro Mejia for the 32nd District Assembly District
Assemblyman Raj Mukherji and Assemblywoman Annette Chaparro for the 33rd District Assembly
Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise
Hudson County Sheriff Frank X. Schillari
Freeholder Tilo Rivas for Hudson County Surrogate
Hudson County Surrogate Joseph Ryglicki will not be seeking re-election. Ryglicki was elected in 2014 and succeeded long time Surrogate Don De Leo.