Jack Ciattarelli Releases First Statewide TV Advertisement of General Election

NEW: Jack Ciattarelli Releases First Statewide TV Advertisement of General Election

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Jack Ciattarelli, the Republican candidate for New Jersey Governor, released a statewide television and digital advertisement titled 'One Issue' in the New York City and Philadelphia Designated Market Areas (DMA) and online.

Click here or on the image below to watch 'One Issue'




Phil Murphy: "And I would say this. If you're a one-issue voter and tax rate is your issue, we're probably not your state.

Jack Ciattarelli: Not your state? Who says that? Phil Murphy just doesn't get it, but I do.

I am Jack Ciattarelli. High taxes are the reason why young people can't afford to get started here.

And why our grandparents are forced to leave. Here's the thing: taxes are an issue for a lot of New Jersey families. But Phil Murphy saying if you don't like it, you should leave is an even bigger one.


"New Jersey's working families, retirees, and small businesses are being chased out by the highest property taxes in the nation, and young people who grew up here and want to stay can't even afford to get started  it's the biggest issue facing our state," said Ciattarelli, an MBA/CPA who started two successful Main Street businesses. "But Phil Murphy's arrogant response is to tell people that if they don't like it, they should leave. Who says that?! I will tell you who, an out-of-touch Wall Street guy who is too rich to care, and who doesn't understand New Jersey. I'm running for Governor with a detailed plan to cut taxes and make our state more affordable. The first step is making sure Phil Murphy is 'one and done in '21.'" 

"As a State Senator, I never voted to increase taxes and as Lieutenant Governor, I will work with Jack to reduce taxes, shrink the size and cost of government, and make New Jersey more competitive economically," said former State Senator Diane Allen. "Governor Murphy telling people that if they don't like high taxes they should leave proves he doesn't understand the realities facing working-class families across New Jersey. They don't want to leave, they just want a Governor who will lower their taxes. Jack can and will."




Jack 4 NJ