Statements we say are Mostly False
Says "160,000 kids stay home every day because they are afraid to go to school because of bullying."
Says direct shipment of wine "makes underage drinking as simple as a mouse click."
Says unemployment in Trenton is "twice as much as what we see in every other area of the state" and, as a result, "we have seen an increase in crime."
Because of Democratic tax hikes, New Jersey ended a decade with fewer private sector jobs for the first time in recorded history.
Says the average government worker won't be impacted in the first two years under the reform of state health benefits.
"Since 2004, there have been some 1,300 attacks (on rail targets). Four thousand people have died. Thousands of injuries."
Democratic tax hikes led $70 billion of wealth to leave New Jersey between 2004 and 2008, and mainly relocate to Florida, North Carolina, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
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