Ciattarelli Exceeds Matching Funds Threshold Directly After Primary
SOMERVILLE, NJ – Jack Ciattarelli, the Republican nominee for New Jersey governor, today announced that his campaign has already exceeded the threshold to qualify for state matching funds in the general election:
"New Jerseyans are ready to fix our broken state and today's announcement is indicative of the growing momentum behind our campaign," said Ciattarelli. “Governor Phil Murphy’s higher taxes are forcing working families, retirees, and small businesses to flee our state; his failed leadership on the pandemic has killed seniors and veterans in our nursing homes and robbed our K-12 students of more than a year of in-person learning; and his record of consistently covering for powerful men at the expense of women who have been victims of discrimination, harassment, and abuse on his watch is unacceptable."
"Our ability to raise well over a half-million dollars within the first week of our convincing primary victory sends a loud and clear message that Governor Murphy can be beat,” said Ciattarelli. “He’s 'One and Done in '21' this November!"