Governor Murphy has been in power for three years now. It’s time for us to ask ourselves, are we better off? We need a chief executive, not an out-of-touch elitist. I am ready for the challenge. pic.twitter.com/0g5qa6PyRU
New jersey Republicans are beginning to rally around Jack Ciattarelli, the successful small businessman who retired early after selling his companies to dedicate himself to public service, as the Party standard bearer and candidate for Governor against Phil Murphy this year.
Jack Ciattarelli, the front runner for the Republican nomination to take on Governor Phil Murphy in November, issued the following statement to MMM on the news of former NJ GOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt’s withdrawal as a candidate for governor:
We're now in week 2 of Murphy's MVC mess. Why wasn't this chaos avoided? Why open w/ 65% of staff? We need accountability. Fulton needs to step down. Bring in experts. This is the wrong time to furlough employees. Open 7 days a week. Do something that solves the problem. Fix NJ! pic.twitter.com/NtORPzWv7E
leadership has announced they are backing Governor Phil
Murphy’s plan to borrow billions to balance New Jersey’s state budget.
The Governor and Democrats are wrong for advancing
this unprecedented scheme. There is no immediate need to borrow. The state’s Fiscal Year 2020,
which ends September 30th, is balanced and includes a $500+ million surplus. Contrary to what the Governor claims, we are not running out of cash nor are we in
danger of not being able to pay our bills. Why are we rushing to incur tremendous debt?