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The city council failed to approve a temporary budget that included the costs to print the ballots for this June's primary elections.
The councilman announced his withdrawal on Wednesday, following a Supreme Court ruling to leave Carmelo Garcia on the ballot.
An appellate court ruled that Garcia is eligible to run for assembly after all.
Vision for Hoboken — the mayoral and council slate challenging incumbent Mayor Dawn Zimmer in November — is criticizing the current administration's fiscal policy.
Councilman-at-Large Ravi Bhalla has decided to continue his run for the assembly, he announced on Wednesday.
Hudson County Assignment Judge Peter Bariso ruled on Friday afternoon that Carmelo Garcia, who serves as the executive director of the Hoboken Housing Authority, cannot run for state assembly.
Barbara Netchert, Hudson County Clerk, can't print Carmelo Garcia's name on the ballots for the June primary until a judge has ruled on it.
Carmelo Garcia, executive director of the Hoboken Housing Authority, has announced he will be running for Assembly.
Ruben Ramos Jr., the current assemblyman, will run for mayor in November.
Hobokenites Carmelo Garcia (D) and Ravi Bhalla (D) have filed petitions for a seat on the state assembly and James Sanford (R) is planning to challenge sitting State Senator Brian Stack.
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