Chiaravalloti and McKnight meet & greet has Alston geared up for a ‘street fight’


The first official meet and greet event for the Hudson County Democratic Organization’s District 31 Assembly candidates Nicholas Chiaravalloti and Angela McKnight, hosted at the Mona Lisa Restaurant in Bayonne last night, has off the line candidate Bruce Alston prepared for a “street fight” in this election.


“Why would a candidate host a fundraiser less than three hundred feet from another candidate’s campaign office?” said Alston to Hudson County View. “This is typical HCDO [Hudson County Democratic Organization] political boss-ism.”

“We will continuously fight for the soul of our community. And if anyone has a problem with this, this has only begun. This is a street fight.”

Alston and running mate Washington Flores are running off the line for the LD-31 Assembly seats with the slogan “Uniting Community and Public Service”.

It was equally eventful inside the Mona Lisa Restaurant as many council members and politicos showed their support for Chiaravollati and McKnight.

Chiaravalloti recognizes that Bayonne is significantly underfunded. His priority is to fight for “our fair share” in Trenton. “If the state formula was fully funded from Trenton, Bayonne would receive an additional $6 million a year.”

Angela Mcknight, known for her community services, told Hudson County View, “I wanted to bring more togetherness as a community activist.”


  1. OMG! anyone who would vote for someone who calls a for a “street fight” is low class as the person who said it. Bayonne should be made up of higher class and maturity than Alston.

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