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Owen William “Dink” Brennan, age 81; Member of Carpenter's Local #430 and #539, GHS Alumnus

Camden County Democrats HAVE NO SHAME!

The Ghosts Of Frank Hague, Hap Farley And Nucky Johnson Applaud Camden County Democrats

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GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP – Responding to a published report that Camden County Democrats have apparently settled on former Runnemede Mayor Virginia Betteridge to fill the open seat on the Camden County Board of Commissioners CCGOP Chairman Tom Crone said, “This move makes Boss Tweed’s Tammany Hall look amateurish.”

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BOSS TWEED, "As long as I count the votes what are you going to do about? (source Wikipedia


 

“First County Commissioner Carmen Rodriguez submitted her letter of resignation from the Board of Commissioners on May 31, no one said a word, they functioned as though she were an actual candidate for re-election when she obviously was not,” Tom Crone said. “Then they waited until June 17 to inform anyone Rodriguez resigned by way of an announcement of a special election convention to replace Rodriguez on June 29. They did everything they could to keep voters in the dark on this one.”

 

“Camden County Democrats have no shame, even going so far as to allow who will win the special election convention to fill the Rodriguez seat leak out. The ghosts of Frank Hague, Hap Farley and Nucky Johnson all rose from the grave to applaud this move.” Crone continued, “It’s no wonder our congressional candidate, Claire Gustafson, refers to South Jersey Democrats as a political cartel. The boss says do it and the soldiers get it done.”

 

“The bottom line here is that, given the fact Rodriguez submitted her resignation on May 31, someone in the Democrat’s organization knew she was looking for a new job before the filing deadline,” Tom Crone said. “The Democrats need to tell the voters who knew what and when they knew it. Camden County Democrats took choice away from the voters and they will pay in November.”

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