Sometimes it just takes one thing to reveal a candidate's nature.
My experience in May 2014 convinced me that the next time there was an Assembly election, I would not give my vote to Jerry Green.
Meanwhile, he has transformed his blog from one of attacks on individuals to a cavalcade of endorsements. He recently won the endorsement of the Courier News for another term, though he might not post that one, as the editors also endorsed William "Bo" Vastine, a Republican, rather than choosing both Democrats.
Obviously, I am only one registered Democrat out of 12,959 eligible to vote on Nov. 3. There are also 801 Republicans in Plainfield, 8,012 unaffiliated voters and some from other parties, totaling 21,776 Plainfielders who can go to the polls Tuesday. Jerry is on the ballot with James Kennedy and Bo Vastine is on the ballot with William Michelson of Plainfield. Voters are not bound by parties in the general election and can choose any two Assembly candidates regardless of party affiliation.
Maybe I am taking "Remember in November" too much to heart in this case, but sometimes enough is enough.