FULOP BROS -- Jersey City Mayor and possible future Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Fulop posted birthday photos on Facebook of himself and his brothers, then and now.
FULOP BROS -- Jersey City Mayor and possible future Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Fulop posted birthday photos on Facebook of himself and his brothers, then and now.
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BROS -- Jersey City Mayor and possible future Democratic candidate for mayor of New Jersey Steven Fulop, then and now.
BROS -- Jersey City Mayor and possible future Democratic candidate for mayor of New Jersey Steven Fulop, then and now.
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Fulop flashback: I love the '80s
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FULOP BROS -- Jersey City Mayor and possible future Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Fulop posted birthday photos on Facebook of himself and his brothers, then and now.
FULOP BROS -- Jersey City Mayor and possible future Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Fulop posted birthday photos on Facebook of himself and his brothers, then and now.
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JERSEY CITY -- It was Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop's birthday on Saturday, so he posted this "then and now" photo of him and his brothers on Facebook, which you can see here. According to an article we published in Jersey City Magazine last year, he didn't know then that politics were in his future. He was probably just busy trying to get the next version of Atari like everyone else. Happy birthday to the mayor. And yes, it is a slow news day; thank you for asking.
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March 02, 2015
The Hoboken "news" is always entertaining - if not to be taken literally. One, why should Mr. Garcia be in "shock" over Mr. Stack's decision to explore other options? Garcia clearly mismanaged the Housing Authority - what makes him suitable for another term in the State Assembly? Two, it is more than "likely" that pro-Zimmer forces will be seeking to unseat Ms. Mason -- it is pretty much a given. Three, the fact that Mr. Raia is attempting to develop a coalition to take on Zimmer backed candidates makes sense. What is interesting about the report is that it makes no mention of Ms. Mason being included in the mix. Has Mr. Raia already written her off in favor of another candidate? If so, the decision has been made for her. Four, the Ramos/Occhipinti duel should be fun - and will ultimately be decided by what team jersey each decides to wear. Didn't Mr. Raia insert Occhipinti into the race -- thereby killing any chances Ramos had in 2013? Why would Ramos land on Raia's ticket? If there are 3 candidates in this race - Ramos, Occhipinti and a Zimmer backed "reformer" - one could envision this ward going back to the Zimmer camp. And to think, it is only March.......!
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March 02, 2015
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