NEW: Jack Ciattarelli Releases Third Statewide TV Advertisement

Ciattarelli turns up the heat on Murphy for failing New Jersey small businesses

SOMERVILLE, NJ
 – MBA/CPA, two-time small businessman, and Republican frontrunner for governor, Jack Ciattarelli, is again hitting the airwaves with a statewide television and digital advertisement titled 'Gone' in the New York City and Philadelphia Designated Market Areas (DMA) and online. 'Gone' comes on the heels of Ciattarelli announcing a plan for New Jersey's full reopening.

Click here or on the image below to watch ‘Gone’
Transcript:

Growing up, my parents owned a bar and restaurant, creating jobs, opportunity, a sense of community.

Their example inspired me to open my own business.

I'm Jack Ciattarelli. Phil Murphy's lockdowns killed businesses like this. Gone are our favorite pizza places, our salons, the corner bakery. Gone are the jobs they provided and the people who work there.

Wall Street guys like Murphy just don't get it.

When these businesses close, it hurts all of us. New Jersey, we can do better. When I am governor, we will.

"Phil Murphy doesn't understand the struggles of hard-working New Jerseyans, because he simply isn't one of us," 
said Ciattarelli. "One in three small businesses shuttered their doors, rising property taxes are forcing people to flee, and the governor's arbitrary lockdowns are crushing the state's small businesses. Governor Murphy's failure to provide a clear and specific plan for reopening our state is a failure of leadership marked by cowardice. It doesn’t have to be this way – the people of New Jersey deserve better.”

Ciattarelli's previous seven-figure ad buy for ‘
Scared and Alone and 'Anderson Street, ran through the months of March and April and aimed at introducing himself to Garden State voters and holding Governor Phil Murphy accountable for his failures.

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Jack 4 NJ