Jersey City Mayor in Tough Election Fight

Monday, May 13, 2013

Jerramiah Healy, Mayor of Jersey City, and Steven Fulop, Ward E Councilman, candidates for mayor in Jersey City (Courtesy of the candidate Facebook pages)

Four years ago, Jersey City Mayor Jeremiah Healy's political future looked bleak. Several of his political aides and allies were caught up in a massive federal corruption sting yet Healy escaped prosecution. Tomorrow, voters will go to the polls in Jersey City in an election that features a young challenger who is giving the political old guard a run for its money. But, the race is as much about the changes happening in Jersey City as it is about corruption.


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