Ruben Ramos Supports Anthony Romano
The countdown is on for the three-way winner-take-all Democratic primary for 5th District Hudson County Freeholder. Last week Hoboken411 offered every Hoboken City Council member the opportunity to send an endorsement letter of up to 250 words in support of the candidate of their choice. It was an honest and straightforward request, and Councilman-at-Large and Assemblyman Ruben Ramos was the first to respond in kind.
I present you with his endorsement for Anthony L. “Stick” Romano:
On June 3rd, the residents of Hoboken and a section of Jersey City will be faced with a critical decision that is directly related to their representation at the County. In turn, I am encouraging you to vote for Anthony L. Romano for Hudson County Freeholder, as he continues to benefit us with numerous years of public service.
Specifically, Anthony has served the Hoboken Police Department for twenty seven years, where he now serves as Captain, just as he is a member of the Hoboken board of Education, the President of the Hoboken Babe Ruth Baseball League, and a former Committeeman.
Moreover, we must elect a candidate who will be diligent in serving the community and has a proven track record with regard to helping residents. Clearly, Anthony has helped a multitude of people and is excited by the prospect of solving challenges that rest ahead.
Through my experience in government, I am certain that Anthony is eminently qualified to serve as the nest Freeholder to represent Hoboken and a section of Jersey City.
On June 3rd, I encourage you to vote for Anthony L. Romano for Freeholder—ballot position 3C!
Ruben J. Ramos, Jr.
Hoboken411 thanks Ruben Ramos for sharing his endorsement. It should be noted that although they did not respond to the offer of free space to the largest audience in Hoboken for their endorsement letters, the names of council members Terry LaBruno, Nino Giacchi and Peter Cammarano were included in an ad that ran in this weekend’s paper listing politicians who have endorsed Romano. That ad also included the endorsement of Romano by Mayor David Roberts.
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