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City Council candidate Joshua Einstein campaign Launch

Joshua Einstein for Hoboken City Council announces:

Einstein for Hoboken
Campaign Launch Event
Einstein for Hoboken invites the people of Hoboken to participate in the
campaign launch event Saturday, July 8th at 4pm in the backyard of
Hoboken Hothouse (200 Monroe St) – the first of many events in support of
Joshua Einstein’s run for Hoboken City Council. The campaign launch will
include grilled food, an address by the candidate as well by a representative
of True Mentors, an amazing local non-profit that is the only one on one
mentoring program for children in the Mile Square City. Funds will not be
raised for the campaign at this event, however donations to True Mentors are
encouraged.
“This is an opportunity for the Hoboken community to come,
listen, and dialogue about the challenges and opportunities our city faces as
well as to support a terrific local non-profit,” stated Einstein. He continued
“leadership is not about being frozen into arcane dogmatic positions or forced
into narrow political tribes and teams, it’s about exposing people to new ideas
and ways of tackling problems to improve lives and that’s why I wanted a
representative of True Mentors to speak about the amazing and unique work they
do with Hoboken’s children.”
Einstein has stirred the local political pot by being the
first City Council candidate independent of a Hoboken political faction to
declare his candidacy and the only registered Republican in the race to loudly
and proudly embrace the GOP label. In fact, Einstein was recently elected to be
one of Hudson Counties representatives to the New Jersey Republican State
Committee, garnering over 1,300 votes. “I’m a proud Republican and I have many
liberal friends who also understand the fiscal road our city is on, the stagnant
policies that continue by inertia, and ignoring the needs of the majority of
people in Hoboken is the wrong path to go down,” Einstein said. He continued
“that’s why I’m happy to invite everyone to come and discuss the issues they
believe are facing our city and areas that they see need change. I know no two
people are ever going to see eye to eye on every topic and I don’t expect every
voter to agree with every policy stance I have taken, but I always enjoy
exchanging out of the box ideas, learning new perspectives, and brainstorming
solutions.”

The Einstein for Hoboken campaign launch event is scheduled
for July 8 at 4pm at Hoboken Hothouse. All are welcome.

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