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"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.
John Sanchez, chairman of the Essex County Latino Chamber of Commerce, today personally endorsed Kim Guadagno for governor citing her commitment to the Hispanic community and helping small businesses start up and grow in New Jersey.
After winning the New Jersey gubernatorial primary, Kim Guadagno said she would fight for Main Street values as governor and pledged to cut property taxes in her first term – or she will not run for re-election.
With five days until the primary election, Kim Guadagno's campaign today announced the addition of key endorsements from Republican officials in Morris County.
Senator Gerald Cardinale, Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi and Assemblyman Robert Auth today announced their endorsement of Kim Guadagno for New Jersey governor. Cardinale, Schepisi and Auth represent Legislative District 39, which includes portions of Bergen and Passaic counties, and cited Guadagno's plan to cut property taxes and audit Trenton to eliminate waste and improve government services such as NJ Transit in their endorsement.
After Stockton University released new May poll numbers showing High Tax Jack Ciattarelli's support stalling and Kim Guadagno's support growing by 8 points, Guadagno Campaign Manager Dave Huguenel released the following statement:
Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno today formally kicked off Veterans for Kim, a coalition of brave military veterans and their families dedicated to getting out the vote for Kim Guadagno in the June primary and November general election.