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Recent statements involving New Jersey Democratic State Committee

"(The Tax Policy Center) found that Romney would raise taxes on the average middle class family by $2,000 to pay for $5 trillion in tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires."

Says PolitiFact issued a True ruling on Paul Krugman calling "Governor Christie a ‘fiscal phony.’"

"Since Mayor Kennedy O’Brien took office Sayreville has issued 22,081 building permits! Now O’Brien is holding secret meetings with big developers."  

Says Vince Polistina is "collecting nearly $70,000 in taxpayer-funded salaries -- plus a government pension."

Gov. Chris Christie owes the state money "for amenities like extra Gorgonzola cheese for his staff on these trips."

Recent stories featuring New Jersey Democratic State Committee

Claims about Romney tax plan, Pallone election contest tested on the Truth-O-Meter:

New Jersey Democrats claim a study found that Romney's plan would hike middle-class taxes to fund a tax cut for the rich; Anna Little says she "made history" in 2010 by nearly defeating Frank Pallone.

No, that's not what the Truth-O-Meter said:

As the campaign heats up, candidates and political groups are incorrectly describing our ratings. We put their claims about the Truth-O-Meter to the Truth-O-Meter.

From the Truth-O-Meter to the voting booth: New Jersey’s election results:

With unofficial election results in, PolitiFact New Jersey revisits three races where campaign ads were put to the Truth-O-Meter.

It's Election Day -- Go Vote:

We offer a recap of weekend rulings from the Truth-O-Meter and in the spirit of Election Day today, look back at election-themed rulings on New Jersey political ads and statements.

Truth-O-Meter looks at the future of Social Security; checks claims in political campaign mailer:

In case you missed them, check out our latest rulings from the weekend.

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