Statements we say are True
"Buono voted 154 times to raise our taxes -- like the sales tax, the income tax, health care taxes, even small business taxes."
"In 2011 alone, 269 New Jerseyans were killed by gun violence."
"We have over 300,000,000 weapons, firearms in this country. That’s almost as big as the population."
Says "right now, we have more military spending than the next 10, 11, 12 countries combined."
"In total, we have added nearly 75,000 private sector jobs in New Jersey since we took office in January 2010."
"Gross income tax receipts are exceeding the Administration’s projections for this fiscal year prior to Sandy."
"A far different picture from the prior eight years, which saw 115 increases in taxes and fees."
Says "10 days after Hurricane Katrina, this chamber passed two separate bills amounting to $60 billion. It has been nearly two months since we had Superstorm Sandy, and nothing has passed."
"In 2008, tourism brought in $38 billion dollars and supported more than 300,000 jobs in the state of New Jersey."
Says that in the 1985 election former Gov. Tom Kean had "the largest winning margin for a gubernatorial candidate in Jersey history."
"Sixty percent of New Jersey doctors do not accept Medicaid patients."
Says Barack Obama "said when he was running for office four years ago that he would halve the annual deficit by the end of his first term. That simply has not happened."
"When (Joe Kyrillos) had an opportunity to vote for women in terms of their health care, not once, not twice, but six times, he voted against women’s health care in our state."
"The Senate has not passed a budget in more than three years, not a good budget, not a bad budget, no budget."
Says the Republican Party platform says "pull back even more of the rules on campaign finance reform, get rid of McCain-Feingold" while the Democratic Party platform says "we want to find a way to put more fair rules on campaign finance reform."
"We have more scientists and engineers per square mile than anywhere in the world."
Says Bruce Springsteen played in 1975 at Seton Hall University in South Orange at Walsh gym.
"The first (state) budget that came out of our Republican leadership slashed funding to Planned Parenthood...It resulted in the reduction of hours, the elimination of days, elimination of access to women in my city and all over my state."
Says Congressmen Paul Ryan and Todd Akin co-sponsored legislation "to limit federal funding for abortion to victims of ‘forcible rape.’"
Says "a Republican hasn't won [an election] for a presidency in New Jersey since 1988."
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