Red Bank Democratic Candidates for Town Council Juanita Lewis and Ed Zipprich have released a short campaign video that they would like everyone to see. It explains who they are and their vision for and commitment to Red Bank’s future.
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This video was posted on Middletown Patch a few hours ago. It depicts the area in my immediate neighborhood. I was stunned, but not surprised to see the small bridge over the Waackaack Creek totally flood and impassable on Middle Rd. off of Palmer Ave and the portion of Palmer Ave., near Target, flooding all the way into Chery Tree Farm Village. Both these areas are notorious flood zones.
>Congressman Rush Holt yesterday released his first campaign video of the year. It attacks his opponent Scott Sipprelle for being a Wall Street insider who favors tax cuts for the rich while opposing the minimum wage and equal pay for women.
It’s a good first effort on the part of the Holt campaign,sutle yet hard hitting. It matches Rush’s style to a tee.
>The Monmouth Dems recently posted a video on Youtube introducing Freeholder Candidate Janice Venables. The Facebook announcement of the video has this to say about her:
“Councilwoman Janice Venables has a strong record as a fiscal conservative in the Borough of Spring Lake. She is ready to bring her record to Monmouth County as your next freeholder. Get to know Freeholder Candidate Janice Venables!“
Below are the videos that were recorded of Patrick Short a number of weeks ago while he addressed a group of concerned residents that were interested in knowing about the issues in Middletown.
Middletown Democratic Committeeman Patrick Short has recorded a series of videos that will be released over the next few weeks, as he seeks re-election to the Middletown Township Committee.
The video series was assembled from video shot while Patrick Short meet with a group of 10 concerned residents of Middletown, who wished to know where Mr. Short stood on issue that effect the town.
In the first video Mr. Short simply states who he is:
The Corzine campaign released another new video yesterday that very well maybe the most positve one so far from the Governor’s campaign.
“More to Do” highlights how Governor Corzine has been fighting for what matters in these tough economic times- having the lowest property tax increases in the last decade; increasing funding for education, while cutting the state budget; expanding healthcare for all of New Jerseys children; and investing in creating new, good jobs.
Given these accomplishments, Governor Corzine emphasizes that there is more work to do and that he will continue to fight to make Jersey a better place to live and raise a family.
The latest campaign video put out by the Corzine campaign is titled “True” and it debunks Chris Christie’s accusations that the Corzine campaign ads have distorted his record on health care mandates and shows how Christie has been deceitful with the voters of New Jersey.
As the Star-Ledger recently highlighted, Corzine’s ad “happens to be true” and Christies own website shows that he would allow insurance companies to drop mammogram coverage. By siding with the health insurance companies over the health of New Jersey women, Christie continues to be wrong when it matters most.
NJ State Assembly Candidate for District 11 Randy Bishop, was elected to the Neptune Twp Committee in 2004 and re-elected to his second term in 2007. He served as Mayor in 2008.
Randy has a broad range of experience in both the public and private sector as well as in many volunteer organizations and in the following campaign video he states that “If we are going to solve problems like property tax relief,affordable housing, job creation, we need to change the behavior in Trenton…”, by teaching them how to color “Outside the Lines” :
Emphasizing Governor Corzine’s strong leadership on the economy, Corzine ’09 today released its latest campaign ad entitled “Through.”
The ad highlights how Governor Corzine has used his economic know-how to make the right choices for New Jersey in the face of the greatest global economic recession since the Great Depression- creating the nation’s first state economic recovery plan that has led to private sector growth, cutting the size of state government, and delivering record amounts of property tax relief.
On the other hand, Bush Republican gubernatorial candidate Chris Christie has taken his lead from right-wing governors Sarah Palin and Mark Sanford and would reject $5 billion in federal stimulus funds that would create thousands of new jobs. Without those funds, property taxes would increase by $2 billion.