Ruben Ramos – Vision For Hoboken
Ruben Ramos “Vision For Hoboken” Campaign HQ opens
Vision for Hoboken Mayoral candidate Ruben J. Ramos, Jr. and his slate of At-Large City Council candidates announced the grand opening of their campaign office. The office, located at 801 Washington Street in Hoboken (former home of Ralph’s Italian Ices), will be the base of operations for volunteer, public relations, community outreach, and campaign management activities. It will be open Monday through Saturday from 11:00AM to 7:00PM starting today.
If you’d like to see what this campaign is all about, you’re welcome to attend the official grand opening celebration tonight from 6pm to 8pm.
Light refreshments will be served, and all four of the candidates will be present to answer questions and meet with local voters and supporters.
See more at Vision4Hoboken.com.
(Wondering why they didn’t use “visionforhoboken.com?” Someone from the Don Zimmer camp “stole” the URL when they got word of the competing campaign name.)
About Ruben Ramos and Vision For Hoboken
WORKING TOGETHER FOR A BETTER, MORE VIBRANT HOBOKEN
We’re men and women of various backgrounds; we’re parents, businessmen and community leaders working together on a Vision for Hoboken. There’s no single solution to the challenges in our community, and we want to have a conversation with the community about how we can make Hoboken a better place to live. We’re not afraid to stand up and negotiate for Hoboken, even if it’s difficult or politically unpopular.
Hobokenites are categorized as Old Hoboken or New Hoboken, stereotyping that unfairly divides the city. Recent activity in City Hall only exacerbates the problem by using divide-and-conquer tactics and imposing a singular view on the challenges facing our City. These days, most politicians focus is on enhancing and protecting their political profile, not on making the hard choices to improving our communities. Vision for Hoboken is less interested in being the first take credit for solving a problem, but more interested in being the first to stand up to special interests and others that do not keep our City’s best interests in mind. We promise to make the tough decisions, not to ignore or delay addressing the major issues our day, because our chief interest is a better more, vibrant Hoboken, not the promise of a future political office.