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New Jersey Republican Leadership Stands Together On 2018 Priorities

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February 11,2018

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Trenton NJ,  NJGOP Chairman Doug Steinhardt, Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean, Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick and GOP Chair of Chairs Jose Arango released the following statement regarding their shared commitment to protect New Jersey families from the dangerous agendas of Democrats at all levels of government and to promote the Republican ideas that will make our state more affordable and prosperous:

“NJ Republicans stand together ready to offer a responsible alternative to Bob Menendez, Nancy Pelosi and Phil Murphy’s liberal agenda of promised tax hikes, cumbersome government regulations, and misplaced priorities,” said NJGOP Chairman Steinhardt. “We’re ready to fight for all New Jerseyans, with a collective voice, in all 21 counties, and all 565 municipalities. Now is the time for action.”

Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean reiterated his sentiment that Republicans are the party of common sense and solutions, “The people of New Jersey are facing a growing affordability crisis and raising taxes for new government spending is a recipe to exacerbate our state’s biggest problem. Republicans stand united behind our solutions and ideas to transform the Garden State into a place where affordability and opportunity abound.”

“Republicans may be in the minority, but we will stand up for the people of this state in a civil and serious manner,” said Bramnick. “We pledge to work collectively as a party to pass reforms that are so desperately needed to reduce New Jersey’s property taxes and make this state more competitive.”

GOP Chair of Chairs, Jose Arango vigorously vowed to create the necessary contrast to give Republicans momentum in their fight to win elections this year, “The four of us all stand together in agreement that the Phil Murphy, Nancy Pelosi, Bob Menendez plan to raise taxes and make New Jersey a sanctuary state is unacceptable and we will be proactively fighting it every step of the way. We’re working together to build a coalition that will reject Bob Menendez and stop the Nancy Pelosi takeover of New Jersey in November.”

Theresa Winegar, Executive Director of the NJGOP added, “All four leaders are entering 2018 unified and energized. The NJGOP has a dedicated team of 42 State Committee members, 21 County Chairs, 15 Senators, 26 Assembly members and countless municipal leaders, community activists and volunteers dedicated to making New Jersey more affordable; and ready for the 2018 election cycle.”

Now lets see if they actually follow through .

4 thoughts on “New Jersey Republican Leadership Stands Together On 2018 Priorities

  1. Translation: They couldn’t agree on anything substantive.

  2. Republicans typically stand little chance in NJ. The Dems are supported not only by the crooked machines, but also by a whole lot of suburban liberals who know absolutely nothing about them other than there’s a D after their names.

  3. Thats the big question… Will NJ Republicans not just take a strong, principled stand on important issues, boldly fight for them and stick together..and stick with it from now on? They’ve failed to choose people who truly wants to win..and then they’ve failed to stand behind those choosen! If the NJGOP doesn’t start digging in and fighting for fiscal responsible governance, lower taxes the they might as well just pack up and join the “exit train” out of NJ with many of the rest of us sick of being robbed by Trenton Democrats!

  4. 1.27PM. So true. With the hordes of leftists coming from Brooklyn and NYC no matter what republicans do will stand a chance. This state has turned into NYC. It would have probably helped to have put someone else instead of Guadagno for the governor race. Just a slight chance of not having to look at Murphy’s face for the next 8 yrs.

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