First GOP challenger announces run to unseat NJ Gov. Phil Murphy
Jack Ciattarelli, a former Republican assemblyman who failed to gain traction in the 2017 election, on Tuesday announced his second bid for governor, portraying himself as policy handyman to clean up after Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy.
Property taxes are the highest in the nation, the state's debt is "soaring" and, Ciattarelli said, "New Jersey is broken." But he pledged to follow through on the slogan of his campaign: "Jack can fix it. "
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