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Jack Ciatarelli, a New Jersey businessman and former state legislator, told Granthshala News on Wednesday that despite his race being less narrow in the race for two governors this November, he and his team are confident they can defeat Liberal Democratic Governor Philip Murphy. Can upset and undefeated. .

Ciattarelli told “Hanity” that despite the nearly 10-point voting deficit, he predicts that elections in the Garden State will continue to narrow as November 2 approaches — pointing out that despite the moderate leanings, the state’s voters Has elected six Republicans to Trenton. Out of the last ten races.


“If you look at history, we win races but don’t advance until election day,” he said. “We’re where we need to be at the moment. We’re in a better position than previous gubernatorial candidates … We’ll make up that razor-thin margin we’ve always had in the past.”

The state’s last Republican governor, Chris Christie, saw his lieutenant, Kimberly Guadagno, lose to Murphy four years ago when he became term-limited, but Ciatarelli said Murphy’s political messages and many on the coronavirus pandemic mitigation front have been frowned upon. Failures will be a factor in the choice. Day.

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Murphy recently remarked that if taxes are an issue for the voter, then New Jersey is not their state, as well as make it champion east coast california, noted the candidate. Murphy made the latter remarks in a 2017 discussion with then-California Gov. Edmund “Jerry” Brown.

Host Sean Hannity noted that the death toll at Murphy’s COVID nursing home now rivals that of former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but the former Goldman Sachs executive has never received the same amount of press as the Queens Democrat.

As he indicated, New Jersey under Murphy saw a variety of socioeconomic lockdown measures and mandates similar to its three blue-state neighbors of Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York, which crippled its economy and shut down many family businesses. permanently closed.

“He’s telling people to leave,” Ciatarelli said of Murphy. “The people of this state love this state, they realize it is broken.”

“[Murphy] He’s tone-deaf, he’s an elitist, and he’s not just New Jersey. We will continue to pound that house,” he said of his ticket, which includes running mate Diane Allen, a former Philadelphia newscaster and ex-Burlington lawmaker.

Ciattarelli and Allen have Promoted his ticket as “Jack and Diane” at rallies and signage – With reference to the John Mellencamp kitty.

The Somerville businessman told Hannity that his campaign is focused on lowering the state’s property taxes and improving the business environment.

“I think we are dying a slow death and we will change that with our administration,” he said.

In the other gubernatorial race this year, Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin wants to block former Virginia Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe from retaining his old seat. That race is within the statistical margin of error in recent polls.