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Raymond Bateman, a Republican, served in the New Jersey Assembly from 1958 to 1968, and then in the State Senate until 1978. Bateman ran for governor in 1977, but lost to Gov. Brendan Byrne.

Recent statements involving Raymond Bateman

Says that in the 1985 election former Gov. Tom Kean had "the largest winning margin for a gubernatorial candidate in Jersey history."

Says "Cape May, Cumberland, Salem and part of Atlantic counties are all south of the Mason-Dixon line."

Recent stories featuring Raymond Bateman

Truth-O-Meter hands out False, True rulings on weekend claims:

Claims checked about location of Mason-Dixon Line, cost of tolls to New York versus New Jersey income taxes.

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