Friday, May 29, 2009

"Some Truths ..."

On page A-8 of today's Courier News, there is an advertisement on "truths" regarding possible elimination of the Plainfield Municipal Utilities Authority. It has 11 bullet points and was paid for by Democrats for Positive Change. If you look on your sample ballot with a magnifying glass, you will see the same slogan under the name of mayoral candidate Carol Ann Brokaw Boles (not hyphenated on the ballot).

The ad is too long even to summarize here, but the main point is the high cost of eliminating PMUA in favor of the city taking over its functions.

Regarding Democrats for Positive Change, I was told on filing day back in April that Board of Education President Bridget Rivers filed for the Fourth Ward City Council seat under the same slogan. Later, someone told me Rivers was not running with Brokaw Boles. Will some registered voter in the Fourth Ward please look at the sample ballot and verify whether Rivers has the same slogan or not? Thanks.

--Bernice Paglia


Anonymous Anonymous said...

do not respond to JG in any way. Urge others not to either. He's leading somewhere- don't follow

3:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rivers was running with Brokaw Boles but separated herself when the PMUA stuff came up

9:15 AM  

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