Assemblyman Republican Leader: Voters Believe New Jersey Is On The Right Track

Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick said today’s Rutgers-Eagleton poll confirms that New Jersey voters believe in the direction Republican leadership is taking New Jersey.

“New Jerseyans are more concerned with results than semantics,” Bramnick, R-Union, Morris and Somerset, said. “They can understand the big picture, which is why more voters feel New Jersey is headed in the right direction.”

According to the Rutgers-Eagleton poll, 48 percent of New Jersey voters feel the state is headed in the right direction. Bramnick pointed to two concrete examples from this week – Allergen’s ribbon-cutting in Bridgewater that is projected to add 387 pharmaceutical jobs and Goya’s ground-breaking in Secaucus, which will keep 500 jobs in New Jersey and add 80 new positions and 150 construction jobs.

“Although some Trenton politicians continue to root for New Jersey to fail, voters and businesses believe we will succeed in making New Jersey affordable with a strong economy,” Bramnick said. “We’ve always maintained that there’s still more work to do, starting with a bipartisan tax cut that will help middle-class families and create more jobs.” TLS.

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  1. The democrats have destroyed the town and the county time for them to leave. Vote ,Vote,Vote and not on obamas coat tails. Welfare is out of control, food stamps out of control, free housing out of control, health care a disaster time is done for this it must end Democrats must go quickly and not hear from the whining many that just want free

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