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Friday, May 16, 2014

Watson Coleman for Congress: No signs of Jerry Green support


Signs for Watson Coleman are popping up...
Noticed a funny thing passing by Plainfield Assemblyman Jerry Green's house at the corner of Prospect and Woodland Avenues Thursday afternoon: No yard signs for Bonnie Watson Coleman.

Green, who is chair of the Plainfield and Union County Democratic committees, is also a co-chair of Watson Coleman's Congressional primary campaign.

Watson Coleman lawn signs are popping up all over town, but not at 1460 Prospect.

Strangely enough, there are also no signs in support of the Green Team (Charles Eke, Gloria Taylor and Diane Toliver) running for Plainfield city council seats in the same primary.


Is Jerry sending a subtle message?



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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dan I always thought that the committee was suppose to ask residents for their support then put a lawn sigh in their yard. Over the past several years the Democrats just put them every where they can without even asking permission. Maybe they just ran out before they got to Greens house!

Anonymous said...

No plainfield signs because he does not get involved in plainfield