Tag: council

26-year-old Di Piazza embraces role as Paramus’s new taxpayer watchdog

Newly-minted Republican Councilman Chris Di Piazza is wasting no time in getting to work to improve Paramus. In his first business meeting on the Paramus Council, the 26-year-old Di Piazza cast a dissenting vote against Democrat Mayor Rich LaBarbiera‘s choice Read More

Einstein is standing out in this fall’s crowded Hoboken council field

Election season has been relatively unexciting in most of New Jersey this fall, it’s true, but one of the few lively races this cycle is up in creepingly gentrified Hoboken where former Save Jersey contributor and Republican State Committeeman Joshua Read More

Freehold Boro Councilman Jaye Sims, a Democrat, endorses Senator Jennifer Beck

Freehold Boro Councilman Jaye Sims announced his support for Senator Jennifer Beck’s reelection in the 11th legislative district. An eleven year veteran of the Boro’s all Democrat governing body, Sims pointed to Beck’s record of success in delivering results for Freehold Read More

OPINION: Muslim Republican Paramus Council Candidate Reda embodies GOP’s path forward

Adapt or die. It’s a common phrase in business practice, but it’s premise is no less applicable to the political world. Political parties or movements which fail to adapt to changing demographics and the needs of citizens will lose power Read More

Former ‘Save Jersey’ Contributor Einstein Running for Hoboken Council Seat

Republican State Committeman and grassroots activist, Joshua Einstein, declared his candidacy for Hoboken City Council on Thursday June 29th in a letter addressed to Hoboken and published at HudsonTv news site. Mr. Einstein is a former contributor to this blog Read More

Op-Ed: Proposed A.C. Charter School is Desperately Needed

I am very excited to announce my support for The Frederick Douglass Charter School for Boys, a new school that our community desperately needs. If approved by the New Jersey Department of Education, this innovative educational institution would be the Read More