Moving Jersey City Election is discussed at Council Caucus Meeting

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Mayor Steve Fulop of Jacket City has requested responses on relocating the political election for mayor from May to November. Finally evening’s Council Caucus Satisfying a resolution was introduced on the agenda mentioning:

” Resolution directing the Hudson County Clerk to position non-binding mandate on the tally of the next ensuing General Election as to whether the Municipal Council ought to transform the date of it normal municipal election from the 2nd Tuesday in May to the day of the general political election in November.”

Some feel it is being purposed so that Fulop can still run for mayor also if he looses the autonomous main for guv. According to a press release from the office of the mayor, “The step would enhance performances, save roughly $400,000 as well as relieve voter tiredness. “