For Freeholder, election time means the Old Guard appeal of division
The Old Guard is mobilizing behind Freeholder Anthony “Stick” Romano, one of their own who is expected to continue in a path where taxes are not a high priority and the favor bank cultivated behind closed doors is the system most adhered.
The election is shaping up as one where the Old Guard will appeal to its base in subsidized housing in Hoboken: Marine View, Church Towers, Applied, etc. and hope to turn out enough votes to offset a sleepy spring electorate in a primary election.
On the scene in front of Romano’s HQ is a familiar face working for Beth Mason who is well known for rounding up those elusive votes in the Hoboken Housing Authority using the “hand me the paper ballot and we’ll fill it out for you” voting system.
Oh Vote by Mail how you’ve been so missed these many months.
Then there was this little gem of divide and conquer fame appearing on Facebook: