Failed Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire continues to ignore his legal obligation to file New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission disclosures.

Today marks just over 4-months since the November 2018 election.  We reported on November 2, 2018 that failed Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire had not filed his 29-day pre-election (due October 9, 2018) or his 11-day pre-election (due October 26, 2018) financial disclosures.  We reported again on January 2, 2019 that Squire had not filed his 20-day post election disclosure that was due by November 26, 2018.  Today is March 8, 2019 and it’s been confirmed with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission that Squire has still not filed his disclosures.  Given Squire is a multiple convicted Felon it surprises me that Squire does not comply with the law.

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The con by failed candidate Vincent Squire continues.

The con by failed Camden County Freeholder and Pennsauken Township Committee candidate Vincent Squire continues.  Anyone who has read this blog for a long period of times knows that Squire filed frivolous criminal charges against this blogger.  While those charges make their way through the court system Squire appears to be trying to position himself as a victim.  After a hearing in Municipal Court on Tuesday Squire had a Pennsauken Township Police Officer escort him from the building.  He later claimed on social media that he has a full time body guard and GPS tracking with cameras.

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Election night 2018 was a disappointment for NJ Republicans

Remember the job market that was booming?  The job market that has reflected more available jobs then available talent for the first time in recorded U.S. history?  The 3.7% unemployment rate?  The U.S. economy that’s about to set a record for the longest expansion?  The record breaking stock market?  The U.S. once again becoming a leader on the world stage?  The safety and security of our nation being a priority?  President’s Trump’s America first strategy?  Remember when our President was working with Congress to make the lives of the American people better?  #MeToo.  Like it was yesterday.

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Last minute desperation by Team Squire?

I am someone who enjoys politics.  I don’t like B.S.  I spend a lot of time researching candidates for public office.  I share that information with my fellow voters via this blog.  My “sources” have included OPRA’d documents, searches for documents on the NJ Courts web site, the ELEC web site and candidate social media channels and web sites.  In some cases I have gone out to in attempt to interview candidates and get answers to the questions voters are asking.  I learned pretty quickly that if a politician is not answering voters questions there is most likely a reason and my showing up with a camera to interview them isn’t going to make much difference.  I believe that most voters do not do the level of research that I do before going into the voting booth.  I am proud to provide voters the information they need to make informed decisions.  Hopefully people enjoy this blog as it’s received over 13,500 hits in the past few months leading up the mid-term elections.

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Camden County Freeholder Candidate Vincent Squire has failed to file ELEC reports

Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire was disavowed by the Camden County GOP losing their support and expertise in running a campaign.  That however does not give Squire a right to ignore the law.  It appears Squire has failed to file required financial disclosures to the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission.

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Are fiscal responsibility and honesty traits we expect in a candidate for Camden County Freeholder?

Are fiscal responsibility and honesty traits we should expect from failed 2017 Pennsauken Township Committee and disgraced 2018 Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire?  During his 2017 campaign for Pennsauken Township Committee this blogger uncovered that Squire’s family home was in foreclosure.  You may remember that Squire committed harassment and fraud when he “served” me and two others with a fake $10 million lawsuit (the Docket Number he put on his lawsuit belonged to an entirely different case he had brought against other parties) as a result of bringing this information public.  Because of Squire threatening legal action this blogger OPRA’d documents and searched the NJ Courts web site for documentation.  I wrote about it in a blog post entitled Vincent Squire should get his own house in order before he tries to govern yours.  At the time Squire had announced he’d be running for Pennsauken Township Committee again in 2018.  He had not yet began his campaign for Camden County Freeholder.

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Camden County Freeholder Candidate Vincent Squire missed yet another opportunity to tell the truth

Disgraced 2018 Camden County Freeholder and failed 2017 Pennsauken Township Committee candidate Vincent Squire let another opportunity to tell the truth pass.  On Monday October 22, 2018 Squire was a guest on the online radio program Elev8tion Radio.  Squire gave a now third different explanation for his criminal convictions, his inaccurate version of why the Camden County GOP disavowed him, appears to complain that voters should not research him, plays the race card and gives yet another version of the actions of this blogger.

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Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire and “Silly Season”

Last Friday disgraced 2018 Camden County Freeholder and failed 2017 Pennsauken Township Committee candidate Vincent Squire put out a video entitled “The Silly Season”.  In this writer’s opinion based on his behavior Squire must consider the entire election cycle “The Silly Season”.  I don’t believe he’s shown us that he took last year’s Township Committee or this year’s Freeholder race seriously  Continue reading “Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire and “Silly Season””

A lesson in character for Vincent Squire

When I hear about most people doing something for the community I am thankful for their selflessness.  When I hear Vincent Squire is doing something for the community my first question is what’s in it for him.  Again Squire did not disappoint.   Continue reading “A lesson in character for Vincent Squire”