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.
Disgraced 2018 Camden County Freeholder Candidate Vincent Squire continues to ignore the law. It appears Squire has failed to file required financial disclosures to the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission. This blog reported on November 2, 2018 that 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. Today it was confirmed with ELEC that Squire has not filed his 20-day post election disclosure that was due by November 26, 2018. Squire being disavowed by the Camden County GOP in August thereby losing their experience and support does not give him an excuse to ignore New Jersey election law.
Disgraced and failed 2017 Pennsauken Township Committee and 2018 Camden County Freeholder candidate Vincent Squire may have officially lost his mind. Has the pressure of being a two time disgraced and failed candidate gotten to him? The pressure of a foreclosed home on its way to sheriff sale? The pressure of pending criminal charges? His anger at the Camden County GOP for disavowing him? His anger at bloggers and social media posters bringing out truths that I assume he’d have preferred remained hidden? His anger that his food drive was exposed as a thinly veiled political stunt?