Mayor Zimmer announces: ‘There’s no end yet to fighting corruption’

Dear Friends,

The effort to move our City ahead and finally put an end to the

corrupt culture of the past wages on. 
The recently released FBI surveillance tapes that show Councilman
Russo agreeing to accept money for promising to expedite
development projects highlight that the insidious culture of
corruption did not end with the arrest of Peter Cammarano.   
Our City faces a stark choice on May 10th. We must work
hard to make sure that people understand how important this
election is.
We cannot stand by and let our town turn back to its past, in which
Mike Russo’s “fundraising meeting” was standard practice, and which brought us an illegal overspent budget, a state takeover and a huge
tax increase.  
We must muster the energy to join together to stop this
culture of corruption that benefits the “entitled” few over the vast
majority of Hoboken residents.
Please join me this Saturday in Church Square Park at
11:00 am to celebrate my birthday and to take action to
protect the future of our town.  
If you cannot make it, then meet me for a celebratory
birthday drink at One Republik on Washington Street at 5:30. 
Yes, I am spending my birthday campaigning because the biggest
gift I could get is to truly shift our City away from its corrupt past. 
Please volunteer for one of the six great candidates, including  
Peter CunninghamJen Giattino, and/or make a contribution
today – the future of our town truly is in your hands. 

Thanks for listening and please pass this along to friends who may

not be on this list. 
Hope to see you on Saturday!


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