Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Lakewood Rebublican club chooses candidates for Primary Ballot

Last night the Republican club had the screening of candidates for the Republican position on the ballot in the primaries . Those screening were Harold Herskowitz Mike Delia Aaron Hirsh Moshe Levenburg At last minute Mike Berman decided to screen After votes were tallied and much deliberation, Mike Delia and Mike Berman were chosen to once again run in the Republican primaries We wish them both the best of luck in June. On the Democratic side Ray Coles is also up for reelection. 

15 comments:

  1. Why do they keep on going with berman??! He hasn't won anything and there seems to have been better candidates available?

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  2. They are afraid that someone normal will get on the ballot.

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  3. We need new blood enough with the corruption. How did Delia get in if he supported a Democrat for mayor.

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  4. Mike Delia, an 80 year old, himself a weak candidate, insisted that his running mate be a throw away candidate with no chance of winning. It is mind Boggling that the Republican club is so corrupt that they agreed & choose a 75 year old non formidable candidate who has no chance of winning (what they call a throw away candidate) when there were other formidable candidates. The Lakewood Republican Club is the old boys club run by Bob Singer & his friends. They are very reluctant to let young blood in. If they don't catch themselves soon the young capable candidates will go to the Democratic club & work out of there. If we get a Democratic governor in November which is more likely we may do better with a Democrat majority in Lakewood that has Republican ideals.

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  5. Time to get rid of the singer lackeys at the club...

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  6. Bob Singer orchestrated this back room deal to keep power and control. He must b defeated!

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  7. Who would be a candidate that the oilom would be happy with on the Democratic side? Marta Harrison? Mordy Gross? We don't have any people that are looking out for the oilom on either side it seems.

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  8. based on what evidence do you say that Mordy Gross wouldnt be looking out for the oilam? Have you even watched him by the zoning board to make that comment?

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    1. His Tru colors came out as soon as he stepped in. Nuff said

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    2. He was appointed by the vaad. That's enough of a reason.

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    3. He actually does seem to be doing great on the zoning board but yes the fact that the Vaad put him on the 2016 ballot simply to hold the spot so no one they don't like get on - makes people nervous.

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    4. He's meir Lichtenstein's puppy .The plan is to show that he's though on the zoning and than put him on the township.

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    5. "His Tru colors came out as soon as he stepped in. Nuff said"
      That isnt an argument. you havent shown anything. It barely qualifies as an opinion.

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  9. What happened to Raitzik? He's only on the BOE through the end of this year. He can run. Would the voters vote for him over D'elia and Coles in November? Didn't happen 3 years ago, but then again, now he has budgeting and managerial experience in government. I'd vote for him, and Hershel too, if he would run as an Independent.

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  10. Who is running on the independent ticket?

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