Statements we say are True
"We pay among the highest tolls in the nation for the privilege of crossing that bridge."
Says New Jersey has gained "143,000 new private-sector jobs."
"In fact, there’s more state funding for education today than any other time."
"I would be the first Republican senator elected in New Jersey in 41 years."
"Trenton politicians cut $1.3 billion from education."
"Polls show that 96 percent of New Jerseyans – and 95 percent of gun households in the state – support expanding background checks to keep guns away from those who shouldn’t have them."
"In fact New Jersey is a donor state, we get 61 cents back on every dollar we send to Washington. And interestingly Kentucky gets $1.51 on every dollar they send to Washington."
"Every single month since 1985 has been warmer than the historic average. All 12 of the warmest years on record have come in the last 15 years."
"Guess what, governor? There’s no fried butter in Newark. Just 13 percent unemployment."
Says spending in the fiscal 2009 budget was lower than spending in the fiscal 2014 budget
"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."
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