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NOVEMBER 4, VOTE OVER AND OVER FOR…

Tuesday, November 4, vote as many times as you can for…

NEW JERSEY

  • Senate – New Jersey is diverse – from demographics to geography – and calls for a senator that brings both sides of the aisle together as well as meets / communicates to constituents where they are.  New Jersey deserves a Senator who votes with his mind and spirit, not according to party lines, and stands accountable for his decisions.

MONMOUTH COUNTY

  • Freeholder – Monmouth County has five elected freeholders who manage an annual budget of almost half a billion dollars. The average age of the current board is 61. There has not been any Democrat on the board in years and in only one of the last 29 years have the Democrats held a majority on the five-seat board.  The time for Freeholder 2.0 is way past due.  Read about one issue that happened on the current board’s watch, here.
    • VOTE Joe Grillo, Larry Luttrell
    • Grillo (38) has said he will make this part-time position his full-time job.  He’s the kind of modern, innovative, inclusive representation Monmouth County needs.  And Luttrell (42) and Grillo make a powerful team for the next generation of Monmouth County Freeholders.  Read The Coaster interview with Grillo here.

ASBURY PARK

  • The city is at another pivotal moment.  As the economy rebounds, the mayor and council will influence the next step in Asbury’s move forward.  Looking at the city as a small-cap business with a $40 million budget, it’s critically important elected officials have non-polarizing, deep management / financial expertise.  Parking and beach badges continue to bring in record revenue but where is it all going?  Asbury deserves a strong team.
    • Mayor:  VOTE John Moor
    • Council:  VOTE Amy Quinn, Joe Woerner, Jesse KendleBarbara Yvonne Clayton
    • Google articles about Moor calling the town out for, among other things, broken stoplight cameras that cost almost $1 million to purchase and install. He’s not afraid to call it like he sees it and he needs partners to achieve city goals.
    • Quick story I have been waiting to tell:  June 12, 2014 a middle age man comes in to a charity thrift store and calls for the manager.  Pointing to two chairs, I heard him specifically say, “I am going to run for council and get this city into shape.  You should give me a discount because you will want me on your side.”  Seriously.  And that is why you must vote on November 4th.

I have known Quinn and Grillo for years.  We have had many a conversation about the world we live in, morals, equality, etc.  Without question, I believe they are running for office for all the right reasons.

Read TheBPlot’s 2014 interviews with Senator Cory Booker and freeholder candidate Joe Grillo.

* If it must be said, of course everyone is allowed one vote and I am joking about voting repeatedly; no candidate is affiliated with TheBPlot.

Richard@TheBPlot.com

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ELECTION DAY IS NOVEMBER 4, 2014

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