All True statements involving Chris Christie
"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 Bruce Springsteen played in 1975 at Seton Hall University in South Orange at Walsh gym.
Says "a Republican hasn't won [an election] for a presidency in New Jersey since 1988."
"We created as many jobs in the first six months of this year as we did in all of 2011 and 2011 was the best single year for private-sector job growth since the year 2000."
"If you look at most of the polls, this is a margin-of-error race on Fourth of July between Mitt Romney and the president."
"We are coming up on our 40th anniversary of electing a Republican to the United States Senate. 1972 was the last time New Jersey sent a Republican to the United States Senate."
"To get out of the (teachers) union, you pay 85 percent of $731. Then you're out of the union, but you've got to pay it every year, also required by statute. That’s called a representation fee."
Says the proposed fiscal year 2013 budget "is still below the level of state spending when I took office."
Says the New York Giants "train in New Jersey, they play in New Jersey and most of their players live in New Jersey."
"By the way, I'm not raising tolls 50 percent....Jon Corzine did."
"And, as of today, New Jersey state government has less employees than when Christie Whitman left office in 2001."
Says "over the last 48 years, every governor at the midterm of his first term or her first term has lost seats in the Legislature, with the exception of Jim McGreevey in 2003."
Says judges "get better benefits at a lower cost than everybody else in the state."
Says car insurance rates have decreased since about a decade ago because of market-based solutions that attracted more auto insurers to New Jersey.
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