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M.F. IF YOU CARE SO MUCH ABOUT HARRISON,WHY DO YOU LIVE IN KEARNY.AND WHY DID YOU AND YOUR WIFE REGISTER ILLEGALLY IN HARRISON?

His wife is not illegally registered in Harrison. If you go to Hudson County Board of Elections you will know that a person can be registered in a Hudson County town (such as Harrison), move within the County and still vote in Harrison. So long as the person doesn't register to vote in the new town they are moved in. Therefore, she can vote in Harrison, if she so wishes. Before you start throwing lies around, get your facts straight. Call Javier Inclan and he'll be able to tell you the same as well.

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His wife is not illegally registered in Harrison. If you go to Hudson County Board of Elections you will know that a person can be registered in a Hudson County town (such as Harrison), move within the County and still vote in Harrison.  So long as the person doesn't register to vote in the new town they are moved in.  Therefore, she can vote in Harrison, if she so wishes.  Before you start throwing lies around, get your facts straight.  Call Javier Inclan and he'll be able to tell you the same as well.

Once you move out of town or to another address in town, you were only allowed to vote from your former voting address for 1 election. Then you must register to vote from your new address and the voting poll that is assigned to that ward & district. So after marriage, she can vote at 'one' election from her old address when unmarried and then must register at her 'new' address for the 'next' election, unless her husband moves in with her at her address when single. Has this changed recently?

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Once you move out of town or to another address in town, you were only allowed to vote from your former voting address for 1 election.  Then you must register to vote from your new address and the voting poll that is assigned to that ward & district.  So after marriage, she can vote at 'one' election from her old address when unmarried and then must register at her 'new' address for the 'next' election, unless her husband moves in with her at her address when single.    Has this changed recently?

In Hudson County, the Superintendent of Elections and the Hudson County Prosecutor look the other way even if you vote for several elections after you move from town to another county and you use your relatives address to receive your ballot. In Hudson County, if you're in you can do whatever you want. Kean Sr is correct, "You can't be the boss of Hudson County and not be corrupt."

Rumor has it McDonough and Company have been encouraging people who aren't even US Citizens to register to vote especially in the ward with peruvian candidates. What has the Superintendent of elections done about it, "Nada" What has the Hudson County Prosecutor's office done about it? "Nada"

What has our local press done? "Nada" They can't even get the former Councilman's caption correct. I wish the Courier Post covered Hudson County.

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Once you move out of town or to another address in town, you were only allowed to vote from your former voting address for 1 election.  Then you must register to vote from your new address and the voting poll that is assigned to that ward & district.  So after marriage, she can vote at 'one' election from her old address when unmarried and then must register at her 'new' address for the 'next' election, unless her husband moves in with her at her address when single.    Has this changed recently?

Yes, you have the right to vote in the town you previously livedin, as long as the new town you live in, is within Hudson County. If the person chooses they can continue to vote in the old address...so long as there is no move into another county.

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In Hudson County, the Superintendent of Elections and the Hudson County Prosecutor look the other way even if you vote for several elections after you move from town to another county and you use your relatives address to receive your ballot.  In Hudson County, if you're in you can do whatever you want.  Kean Sr is correct, "You can't be the boss of Hudson County and not be corrupt."

Rumor has it McDonough and Company have been encouraging people who aren't even US Citizens to register to vote especially in the ward with peruvian candidates.  What has the Superintendent of elections done about it, "Nada" What has the Hudson County Prosecutor's office done about it?  "Nada"

What has our local press done?  "Nada" They can't even get the former Councilman's caption correct.  I wish the Courier Post covered Hudson County.

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McDonough was at my house yeesterday and I found it strange he wasn't supporting Menendez.  He said that Kean could be promising to Hudson county.

You didn't know that? Mcdonough hates Menendez because he's a spic, you see that is how some people vote by what nationality you are, just like blacks, he hates them too, remember he's not an immigrant neither was his family, bull shit we are all products of immigrants in this country. McDounogh is an ass, he sure put on a good show when Menendez came to town last week, he was all over him kissing his ass at the Polish.

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McDonough was at my house yeesterday and I found it strange he wasn't supporting Menendez.  He said that Kean could be promising to Hudson county.

COULD BE. KEAN's a MODERATE, LIKE HIS FATHER WAS AND HIS FATHER WAS LIKED & RESPECTED BY MEMBERS OF 'BOTH' PARTIES.

MENENDEZ IS A 'GOOD' FRIEND OF MILLAN AND EVEN CAME TO HIS DAUGHTER'S WEDDING. at times in the past 'couple' of yrs he 'ASSISTED' OTHER TOWNS IN HUDSON CO OVER HARR BECAUSE OF HARR'S MILLAN-MACDONAUGH FIGHT. iT'S 'DIFFICULT' TO ASSIST YOUR FRIEND'S FOE & GIVE HIM DESERT OR AN 'EXTRA' PIECE' OF PIE, WHEN YOUR GOOD FFRIEND IS LOOKING TO YOU

FOR A HAND OR AT LEAST NOT TO GO OUT OF YOUR WAY TO 'ASSIST' HIS FOE.

BECAUSE OF THIS 'CONFLICT', HARR MIGHT GET a 'bit MORE' FROM A REPUBLICAN THIS time.

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You didn't know that?  Mcdonough hates Menendez because he's a spic, you see that is how some people vote by what nationality you are, just like blacks, he hates them too, remember he's not an immigrant neither was his family, bull shit we are all products of immigrants in this country.  McDounogh is an ass, he sure put on a good show when Menendez came to town last week, he was all over him kissing his ass at the Polish.

HEY IF MCDONOUGH DIDN'T LIKE SPICS, HE WOULD'T HAVE ASKED MILLAN TO RUN ON HIS TICKET WITH HIM, PLUS ALL OF THE OTHER hispanics working in town hall and appointed to differnt committies in town AND ON THE COUNCIL

BY THE WAY, since DiSalvo left, we don't have a "guinnea" on the council, since the new girl is a "pollack." SO DON'T GET SO UPTIGHT!!! YOU NEVER CLAIMED TO BE AN AMERICAN FIRST! We got all major nationalities represented on the town boards & gov. & the mayor has gone out of his way to make the Hispanics feel included. Would "your people" have DONE THE 'SAME' FOR US?

Would you have given us 'bilingual ' ballots etc. if we lived or became citizens in 'your country'?

Harrison must have been 'GOOD' to (as millan says) "your people", since they LIKED HARR 'ENOUGH' TO STAY & INVITE THEIR FRIENDS & RELATIVES TO MOVE HERE FROM SOUTH AMERICA. IT SEEMS THAT THEY DIDN'T 'RUN' FROM THIS TOWN , SAYING 'don't go to that town , it's no good".

By the way.. ANSELMO MILLAN ISN'T HISPANIC. HE'S EUROPEAN SPANSH, BORN IN SPAIN, 'NEXT STORE' TO 'OUR' LOCAL "GUINNI' WHO CAME HERE FROM ITALY.

SO YOU'RE A 'SPIC' & I'M a "POLLACK'.

welcome to AMERICA. love it or leave it!!!

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Yes, you have the right to vote in the town you previously livedin, as long as the new town you live in, is within Hudson County. If the person chooses they can continue to vote in the old address...so long as there is no move into another county.

Why would you vote for a town you don't live in? Come on, do you really expect people to believe this?!

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