Biancamano campaign: ‘No knowledge’ and ‘will not tolerate’ removal of Fisher campaign signs
Addressing the flare up of reports Tiffanie Fisher City Council campaign signs were disappearing last weekend, the Biancamano campaign issued a stern rejection of any involvement.
In a phone interview, Pablo Fonseca speaking on behalf of the Biancamano campaign flatly stated of allegations surrounding disappearing Fisher campaign signs at upper Washington St. businesses, “We have no knowledge. We will not tolerate that and that’s not the way we’re going to move forward.”
Fonseca said the campaign’s focus would be “on the issues” but warned anyone “associated with us” involved in unauthorized activity stealing campaign signs would be “completely removed from the campaign.”
Tiffanie Fisher responded by phone saying, “I’m glad to hear my opponent’s campaign will be focusing on the issues. That what’s important to second ward residents.”
|A Hoboken munchkin carries Tiffanie Fisher
for second ward council campaign signs.
The Biancamano campaign says the signs will
not be interfered with and it had no knowledge
of their disappearances last weekend.
Talking Ed Note: The third candidate running in the second ward, Bonnie Murray, was not solicited for comment on the poster brouhaha.