Election results district by district for each of the wardS
Even in the 2nd ward, Applied Housing turned in well over 100 votes for Beth Mason and the building supers were reported going to people and urging them to vote.
The lesson here is how to create a deeper sense of civic duty from all residents not just those with direct economic interests in town and home ownership. The US struggles with voting ratios compared to many countries and there’s many reasons for it. Concluding too much from the same voting bases getting to the polls is not particularly useful, and in this one, it’s the people tied closest to the economic municipal benefit(s) who are most motivated to vote.
That’s not really news anywhere or especially Hoboken.
The charts come courtesy of the Jolly Green Giant at the Hoboken Journal.