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Murphy’s Tax And Spend Agenda Would Increase Taxes On Families And Businesses, Make New Jersey More Expensive
Kim Guadagno Releases Tax Returns, Challenges Goldman Sachs Millionaire Phil Murphy To Publicly Release His
Kim Guadagno publicly released her 2016 federal and state income tax returns and challenged Phil Murphy to make eight years of his tax returns public.
On the first day of summer repairs to train lines to New York, Kim Guadagno rode the train from Summit to New York City and released her plan to fix transportation and transit in New Jersey.
West Long Branch, NJ – Today, Kim Guadagno released a video statement on social media in response to the state budget passed by the legislature and signed by the governor.
West Long Branch, NJ – Kim Guadagno's campaign for governor has raised more than $430,000 since winning the primary election, surpassing the threshold to qualify for 2:1 public matching funds from the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission for the general election campaign.
West Long Branch, NJ – On day two of the state government shutdown, Kim Guadagno issued the following statement:
West Long Branch, NJ – Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno released the following statement:
"I support our President's decision to place reasonable restrictions on our relations with Cuba and his demand for the immediate return of Joanne Chesimard to New Jersey law enforcement. The President's commitment to ensuring Chesimard returns to New Jersey and faces justice for the murder of Trooper Foerster is a testament to his support for New Jersey police and should be commended." – Kim Guadagno
"Phil Murphy has already pledged to raise taxes on the most overtaxed people in the country"
Today, the Asbury Park Press published a deep-dive report looking at just how much of a burden our state's highest-in-the-nation property taxes places on hardworking New Jerseyans.