In swipe at Murphy, Republican governor candidate vows his campaign won't tolerate harassing of women - The Star Ledger

As Gov. Phil Murphy continues to deal with allegations that his 2017 campaign was “a toxic workplace environment” for women, a Republican seeking to oust the governor in next year’s election has unveiled a policy aiming to prevent and respond to any discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in his campaign.

Former state Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli, the only declared candidate in the 2021 race for New Jersey governor, announced Tuesday he’s named former state Sen. Diane Allen to oversee the effort.

“The people of New Jersey need not another black eye,” Ciattarelli said during a news conference at the Statehouse in Trenton. “They deserve a gubernatorial campaign and an administration that sets the highest standards of competence and professionalism.”

“The times demand this,” he added.

Ciattarelli also said he will not hold campaign workers to non-disclosure agreements of any kind — another issue for which Murphy has faced criticism.

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