Tagged: voting

Voting really should be transparent

Voting really should be transparent! Continuing our series on the legitimacy of “voting,” I’ve long wondered why the actual vote tally process has been so secretive. I came up with a better voting booth....

Can you trust election results?

Do you think the Presidential election is rigged? The 2012 United States Presidential Election is two weeks away – and many people I’ve spoken with have a feeling that the whole process can and...

Hoboken Week in Review: 6/10/2012

Weekly Recap for Hoboken, NJ – June 10, 2012 A selection of noteworthy posts for the week ending Sunday, June 10, 2012: Politics and City Happenings Voting locations change – Last minute polling location...

Voting by Mail (VBM) – Explained

The ability to vote by mail benefits all NJ residents One of the greatest changes to come out of our state government (which is far and few between) – was the modification of the...

Help Hoboken Couples win Ultimate Wedding

2/17/2011 Update: Seven Hoboken Couples want Ultimate Wedding OK, I keep getting more Hoboken couples emailing 411 about their Crate & Barrel entries. So in order to keep this simple – just go to...

Moving ALL elections to November?

12/31/2009: This would make complete sense in cash-strapped Hoboken, NJ – but I have a doubtful feeling about the whole situation… NJ Senate debates election dates… Not sure if you’ve been paying attention to...

Poll: Mayoral Election Turnout?

10/28/2009: What will turnout be this time? With the exception of Presidential Elections, voter turnout in Hoboken is typically pretty pathetic. Blame it on the weather, the transients or general voter apathy. Seeing that...

Election Poll: 198 more votes

6/12/2009 Update: Ballots counted, Zimmer still not happy The provisional and missing absentee ballots were counted today – and despite losing by 163 votes, Councilwoman Dawn Zimmer was overheard talking about a “recount,” although...