The Hudson County Young Republicans have scheduled a presidential debate watch party in Hoboken for the event set for the first head-to-head contest that pits Democratic nominee Joe Biden against President Donald Trump (R) on September 29th.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“Republicans in Hudson County are excited for the re-election of President Trump and look
forward to the presidential debates,” said HCYR Leader Pavel Sokolov, who helped organize the event along with NJ GOP State Committeeman Joshua Sotomayor-Einstein.
“it’s going to be exciting to see how sleepy Joe ‘hiding’ Biden defends his party’s descent into justifying rioting and Biden’s inability to get things done for average Americans during his over 40 year Washington career.”
The debate watch party starts at 8 p.m. and includes free appetizers and a cash bar at the Kolo Klub, located at 1422 Grand St. in Hoboken.
“The debate watch will be a great event for Republicans in our county to come together with fellow common-sense conservative activists and leaders,” added Michael Rodriquez, another HCYR leader.
“GOP activists in Hudson need to learn from President Trump and take up a more assertive activism to speak for the people currently ruled by a disconnected Democrat political class that serve their own interests, not the people.”
Due to statewide COVID-19 regulations, space is limited to those who sign up in advance. Anyone interested in attending should contact Einstein at J.email@example.com.
The September 29th debate will take place at the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, in what is scheduled to be the first of four debates between Biden and Trump.
The debate is set to air from 9 p.m. until 10:30 p.m. and will be moderated by “Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace.