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Phil Murphy Can't Keep Track Of The Cost Of His Promises

West Long Branch, NJ – Today, Guadagno campaign volunteers delivered a box of calculators to Phil Murphy’s campaign headquarters to help him better keep track of the cost of his promises. Yesterday, Phil Murphy initially estimated the cost of his new “free community college for all” program was $400 million, but then changed the estimate to $200 million. His campaign went on to contradict itself again, saying it was impossible to know the actual cost of the program.Murphy did not detail which taxes he would raise to pay for his new proposal.“Goldman Sachs Millionaire Phil Murphy has promised so much spending during his campaign, he can’t keep track,” said Guadagno Campaign Manager Dave Huguenel. “We felt obligated to assist Mr. Murphy and his team as they struggle to explain exactly how much his programs will cost because unfortunately, his promises have real world consequences for taxpayers who would be forced to foot the bill for the extreme cost of all of his programs with billions in higher taxes.”

VIDEO: Will Phil Murphy Raise Taxes On More Than Just Millionaires?

West Long Branch, NJ – Will Phil Murphy tax more than just millionaires?"The Answer Is Yes." – Phil MurphyDuring the Democratic Primary Debate, Phil Murphy admitted he would raise taxes on more than just millionaires to fund "multi hundred million-dollar investments." Here's the video and transcript: Michael Aaron: Mr. Murphy, you’ve promised to fully fund the pension system, fully fund the school funding formula, expand pre-kindergarten, you’ve promised a more robust Homestead Rebate Program and a dedicated source of revenue for NJ Transit on top of the recent 23 cent hike in the gas tax. You said you would impose a millionaire’s tax. The last time it was done it was worth $500 to $600 million. You said you would legalize marijuana and tax it for an estimated $300 million. Are there other taxes you would raise to get the revenue necessary in order to keep your promises?  Phil Murphy: Yes... The answer is yes. We've got a fully detailed plan that ties down to the penny that as you suggest those are significant investments. These are multi hundred million-dollar investments each in their own right. Even if they're phased in over a series of years. Throughout the campaign, Phil Murphy has embraced higher taxes. He has endorsed a higher income tax. A higher sales tax. He wants to reinstate the estate tax. He wants higher business taxes. His policies would cause property taxes to skyrocket. And last week, Phil Murphy even embraced a report by Governor Florio calling for more highway tolls and higher fees at the MVC.

Kim Guadagno Releases TV Ad: “Yes”

West Long Branch, NJ – Today, Kim Guadagno released a new television ad, “Yes,” using his own words to highlight Phil Murphy’s stubborn insistence on raising taxes on all New Jerseyans if elected governor.Click here to watch “Yes.”“New Jerseyans don’t have to wonder if Phil Murphy will raise taxes if elected governor because he already told us he will,” said Dave Huguenel, Guadagno’s campaign manager. “Phil Murphy has promised to increase taxes by at least $1.3 billion, but we know that's just the beginning. To pay for his proposals, he will increase sales taxes, income taxes and property taxes. He even 'greatly welcomed' a new report calling for more tolls and higher MVC fees. After spending 23 years making millions at Goldman Sachs, Phil Murphy and his policies are wildly out-of-touch with New Jersey families who will be forced to move out of state if he becomes governor."Yesterday, Kim Guadagno released another TV ad, “Break,” which can be watched by clicking here.

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Lowering property taxes. Growing Jersey jobs. Improving education. Kim understands that we can and must do better so families and businesses stay and thrive in New Jersey.

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