DUI could end Assembly bid

Hudson County political insiders say that charges of driving under the influence of alcohol could impact Hoboken Councilman Christopher Campos’ chances of going to the State Assembly next year. The 30-year-old Campos was charged with exeeding the legal limit around 3:00 AM Saturday morning in Manhattan, according to published reports. Campos, who is also the municipal prosecutor in West New York, has been at the top of short lists for an open Assembly seat in the 33rd district, if incumbent Brian Stack continues his bid for State Senator against Majority Leader Bernard Kenny. Kenny is a Hoboken resident, and the conventional wisdom in Hudson is that Hoboken would maintain one of the three seats in the legislative delegation.

DUI could end Assembly bid