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Yun foots the bill to keep his office open and readily accessible to his constituents - he gets props for that.

Don't think Kinberg is gonna fare so well in this election, perhaps she can move back to Ohio.

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Kinberg, 37, called Yun a hypocrite, noting that the councilman provides constituent services out of a Central Avenue office that doubles as his campaign headquarters.

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Jersey City pulls political promotion of Fulop ally off city website

Jersey City pulled an item off the city website yesterday that promoted a political meet-and-greet intended to boost the chances of one of Mayor Steve Fulop's council candidates.

The event was listed on the taxpayer-funded cultural affairs calendar as a community barbecue hosted from noon to six today by Mo Kinberg (the calendar entry spelled her name "Kingsberg").

On her Facebook page, Kinberg, who with Fulop's support is seeking to unseat Ward D Councilman Michael Yun in November, promoted the event as a meet-and-greet alongside ads for her candidacy and Fulop's.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... omotion_of_fulop_all.html



Mo's *Hypocracy* statement about Yun is Soo Stupid & Lame that it makes me glad to live elsewhere, where I don't have to suffer this foolishness in a community activist or Ward candidate !!!

The Ultimate Idiocy however is Jennifer Morrill's, as she is Jersey City's WebMaster, therefore blaming herself.

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Yun foots the bill to keep his office open and readily accessible to his constituents - he gets props for that.

Don't think Kinberg is gonna fare so well in this election, perhaps she can move back to Ohio.

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Kinberg, 37, called Yun a hypocrite, noting that the councilman provides constituent services out of a Central Avenue office that doubles as his campaign headquarters.

"That's very questionable," she said.







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Jersey City pulls political promotion of Fulop ally off city website

Jersey City pulled an item off the city website yesterday that promoted a political meet-and-greet intended to boost the chances of one of Mayor Steve Fulop's council candidates.

The event was listed on the taxpayer-funded cultural affairs calendar as a community barbecue hosted from noon to six today by Mo Kinberg (the calendar entry spelled her name "Kingsberg").

On her Facebook page, Kinberg, who with Fulop's support is seeking to unseat Ward D Councilman Michael Yun in November, promoted the event as a meet-and-greet alongside ads for her candidacy and Fulop's.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... omotion_of_fulop_all.html


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Jersey City pulls political promotion of Fulop ally off city website

Jersey City pulled an item off the city website yesterday that promoted a political meet-and-greet intended to boost the chances of one of Mayor Steve Fulop's council candidates.

The event was listed on the taxpayer-funded cultural affairs calendar as a community barbecue hosted from noon to six today by Mo Kinberg (the calendar entry spelled her name "Kingsberg").

On her Facebook page, Kinberg, who with Fulop's support is seeking to unseat Ward D Councilman Michael Yun in November, promoted the event as a meet-and-greet alongside ads for her candidacy and Fulop's.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... omotion_of_fulop_all.html


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Who is running in Jersey City's November election?


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The lowndown on what's new in Jersey City's mayoral and city council races

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Voters will head to the polls in about 100 days for Jersey City's first November mayoral and City Council races (the nonpartisan elections were traditionally held in May). What's the status of the campaign so far?

Cash lead for Fulop

According to campaign finance reports released yesterday, Mayor Steve Fulop's campaign hauled in $356,398 in the last quarter (April through June), more than four times the amount raised by his chief rival, attorney Bill Matsikoudis.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... wn_on_whats_new_in_j.html


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Fulop has cash lead in Jersey City mayor's race

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Jersey City Mayor and Council Race Takes Shape

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With five months to go before Jersey City voters cast ballots in the city’s first November municipal election, Mayor Steven Fulop on Wednesday announced that first-time candidate Moriah ‘Mo’ Kinberg will be joining the the Team Fulop Slate.

Kinberg, a former campaign manager for the NJ Work Environment Council, will be Team Fulop’s Ward D candidate. She joins at-large council members Daniel Rivera, Joyce Watterman, and Council President Rolando Lavarro as well as Ward F Councilman Jermaine Robinson and Ward A council candidate Denise Ridley.


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Fulop dominates fundraising in Jersey City mayoral race

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on April 21, 2017 at 11:02 AM, updated April 21, 2017 at 12:05 PM

JERSEY CITY -- With just over six months until November's city election, Mayor Steve Fulop continues to best his challengers' fundraising efforts, with Fulop and his five council candidates collecting $154,803 in the first three months of the year.

The amount is more than twice what Bill Matsikoudis, the former corporation counsel, raised since Jan. 1 for himself and Rick Johnson, Matsikoudis' Ward A council candidate. Matsikoudis' team collected $58,017 in the first quarter of 2017, according to campaign finance reports made public today.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ace_in_jersey_city_m.html


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Boggiano won't join Fulop slate for re-election bid

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JERSEY CITY -- The unlikely pairing of Mayor Steve Fulop and Councilman Rich Boggiano on this November's ballot has been scuttled, with Boggiano saying today he will seek re-election independent of any mayoral ticket.

Boggiano had been in talks with Fulop, who has been a frequent target of Boggiano's barbs since the two were elected to their current posts in 2013, to run on Fulop's ticket in the upcoming municipal race.

"I appreciate that Mayor Fulop asked me to run on his ticket," Boggiano said in a statement. "However, after careful consideration I have decided to remain the independent voice and will be seeking re-election as Ward C councilman."

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ont_join_fulop_slate.html


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Fulop critic in talks to join mayor's ticket in November

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Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop, left, and Fulop critic Councilman Rich Boggiano are in talks to share the same ticket in the Nov. 7 city election. (Reena Rose Sibayan, Michael Dempsey | The Jersey Journal) (Jersey Journal file photo)
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Can two Jersey City politicians who have sparred for four years share a ticket without driving each other crazy?

Sources tell The Jersey Journal that an "Odd Couple" pairing may be in the works for the Nov. 7 city election, with Councilman Rich Boggiano in talks to join Mayor Steve Fulop's council slate. The mayoralty and all nine council seats are up for grabs in the fall.

The potential partnership would represent a sharp turn for Boggiano, who has built his political brand largely by opposing major Fulop initiatives, and Fulop, whose council allies have shown near-unanimous fealty to Fulop since his election as mayor four years ago.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... up_with_local_critic.html


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Jersey City mayoral race is no contest: Political Insider

Posted on March 25, 2017

By Agustin C. Torres

The Jersey City election for mayor is over. Under the present circumstances, the administration of Mayor Steve Fulop will return to power following the November race. There's no "change" on the horizon. It's all as simple as that. Only outside intervention (of a nonpolitical nature) has the capability of changing the inevitable.

Some folks within the Democratic Party say my declaration - that it's over before it begins - is just an attempt at stirring the pot for some reaction by Fulop critics, potential and declared candidates, and gadflies.

Nope, I'm just stating the obvious. In fact, what opposition exists would have been better off promoting Fulop for governor - thus forcing him to run in the primary. Had he won, the mayor more than likely would be out of the city by the end of the year. Had he lost, Fulop would have been perceived as vulnerable and someone seeking a consolation prize. And even then any opponent's success would be questionable.

http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2 ... st_political_insider.html


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JC mayoral election 8 months away: Political Insider

Posted on March 11, 2017 at 7:07 AM

THE JERSEY JOURNAL - By Agustin C. Torres

As one Jersey City mayoral candidate has reminded me, we're only eight months away from the Jersey City municipal election and there seems to be no pre-fight hype. Heavyweight challengers ain't on the card, and there's little "hate-the-incumbent-because ..." material that is sticking to the wall.

All this means is that we can expect an amplification of hysteria, finger-pointing and self-promotion from announced and yet-to-surface candidates for mayor and the City Council. Any noise will at least allow for headlines and folks like yours truly to poke the bears in government caves and excite the torch- and pitchfork-bearers on Grove Street.

This is the first year in this century that city residents will vote for their local leaders in November, and you would expect that a general election that is also a gubernatorial race will bring big crowds to voting booths. I have my doubts.

http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2 ... way_political_inside.html


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Labor union endorses Fulop for mayor

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JERSEY CITY -- Mayor Steve Fulop's re-election bid received another big endorsement today, with the Amalgamated Transit Union giving their blessing to the mayor this morning.

Ray Greaves, the ATU state council chair and a longtime supporter of Fulop, called the mayor "a champion for mass transit" in a statement from Fulop's campaign.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... rses_fulop_for_mayor.html


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Hudson County exec endorses Fulop re-election bid

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JERSEY CITY -- Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise endorsed Mayor Steve Fulop's re-election bid this afternoon, saying repeatedly during a ceremony outside the historic Brennan courthouse "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."

DeGise, speaking to a crowd of about 60 with Fulop by his side, credited Fulop with putting Jersey City "on an upswing" and joked that Fulop "better not screw up my city."

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... es_fulop_re-election.html


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Brian Stack endorses Steve Fulop's re-election bid

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JERSEY CITY -- In the first major endorsement of the 2017 Jersey City mayor's race, State Sen. and Union City Mayor Brian Stack is backing Mayor Steve Fulop, with a rally planned for outside Stack's office on Saturday afternoon.

Stack told The Jersey Journal he's endorsing Fulop, who is seeking a second term in November, because Fulop is an honest man who is easy to work with. Stack's legislative district includes parts of Jersey City.

"He's mayor with progressive ideals and it's refreshing to find that in Hudson County," Stack said.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ulops_re-election_bi.html


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Outside cash fueling Jersey City mayor's race

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JERSEY CITY -- Campaign donations from out-of-town donors are funding this year's race for Jersey City mayor, with more than 80 percent of recent contributions to the three mayoral candidates coming from outside of Jersey City.

Mayor Steve Fulop, who is seeking a second term in November, leads the pack with total donations in the last quarter of 2016 -- about $337,000, counting donations to his City Council team and to the Jersey City Democratic Committee. Fulop also comes out on top when it comes to out-of-town cash: 82 percent of his total haul, about $274,000, comes from donors who live outside of Jersey City.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... sey_city_mayors_race.html


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Fulop setting a new course with re-election in mind: Political Insider

Time is not tangible but too much of it can have a subtle effect, other than aging, on people. There's a tendency to casually reflect too long on one's place in life. I suspect this was the case with Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop. While in the midst of a gubernatorial campaign, he took 10 days off for a delayed honeymoon. He returned with a message - his bid for governor was over.

Instead Fulop will seek re-election next year for the job he says he enjoys, mayor of what will more than likely become the largest city in the state during the next term in office. This means a big course direction for the administration. What is the post-dream plan of the Jersey City administration? It's simple - micro-manage city government. Wasn't that the plan during the first term in office? Yeah, but without having to impress everyone in the state, it's a bit like throwing the local operation into fourth gear.

Read more:  http://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2 ... h_re-election_in_min.html


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Jersey City Gears Up for 2017 Mayor’s Race

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As recently as two months ago, there was speculation that Jersey City would need to elect a new mayor in 2017 due to current Mayor Steve Fulop’s then impending entrance to the New Jersey gubernatorial race. However, following Fulop’s surprise September 28 departure from that race—and his support of former U.S. Ambassador to Germany Phil Murphy for the spot—the landscape of the November 2017 municipal election changed. While Fulop has vowed he will run as an incumbent, a number of others are positioning themselves to challenge him.

So far, both Bill Matsikoudis and former Assemblyman Charles Mainor have announced that they will be facing off against Fulop in November. Additionally, current Jersey City Councilman Michael Yun told Observer that he may also enter the mix and attempt to unseat the sitting mayor.

Read more:  http://observer.com/2016/11/jersey-ci ... -up-for-2017-mayors-race/


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