A question for Senator Tom Kean
Earlier today, Senate Republican Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr. made the following statement to PolitickerNJ:
“Governor Chris Christie has done exactly what he was elected to do, end government as usual at the State House and put our state back on the path to fiscal strength and economic prosperity for all… He is a strong leader for a state that for too long suffered under governors without the vision or discipline to create lasting economic opportunity for all New Jerseyans. He has by any measure earned another term.
“From pension and benefits reform to property tax relief to ethics reform, Chris Christie has been a champion for common sense solutions to New Jersey’s persistent challenges… The sixteen members of the Senate Republican Caucus look forward to continue the fight for a more affordable New Jersey through next year’s campaign and for another four years.”
While I agree with much of what the Senator had to say regarding Governor Christie and support his and Senator Mike Doherty’s endorsement of the Governor’s reelection (for the record, I am a member of Republican State Committee, which voted unanimously to endorse the Governor’s reelection on Wednesday evening), I do have a question for Senator Kean regarding his statement on property tax relief.
Could the Senator please detail for the conservative readers of CNJ what property tax relief has gone to each of the state’s municipalities? He can break it down by county if that is easier. He can also detail his plans to deliver property tax relief in the future and how he hopes to achieve it.
CNJ will be happy to print Senator Kean’s response in full.
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