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  • Christopher DiPiazza
    (Rep)

  • Michael A. Kazimir
    (Rep)

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    Lisa Swain
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    Christopher Tully
    (Dem)

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Please indicate your top three state priority issues and explain how you would address them.

What, if anything, do you propose to address concerns regarding property taxes?

What would you do to promote job growth in our state?

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Campaign Address 828 Terrace Ave Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
Health care, public safety, and affordability.

We have passed legislation that preserves the key protections of the Affordable Care Act in New Jersey, including protections for pre-existing conditions. We are also investing in women's health care again after women's health services were cut by the Christie administration.

We have passed several new laws to improve public safety. We introduced and passed major new bus safety laws shortly after I entered the Assembly. We also passed a package of gun safety laws this year to help make New Jersey's gun violence prevention laws among the strongest in the nation, and introduced legislation to improve pedestrian safety and to reduce the risks of lead contamination in our water.

We are always working to address affordability issues in our state. We have restored critical tax relief programs including the Senior Freeze and homestead rebate, voted against middle class tax increases, and are working to lower the cost of prescription drugs.
Since property taxes are set at the local level, we've worked to bring as much state funding back to our district as possible. We were able to bring $20 million dollars in state funding back to District 38 by passing a new school funding formula. That means more funds for our towns to pay for priorities such as public safety and education without passing the costs on to local taxpayers.

We also restored tax relief programs including the Senior Freeze and homestead rebate, which are very important to seniors in our community who are living on fixed incomes.
We need to make New Jersey as attractive as possible to employers and workers. That starts with preserving what makes New Jersey such a great place to live, work, and raise a family. This is why we've focused on making sure New Jersey's public education remains the best in the country and have worked to increase investment in our transit system and improve public safety, all while holding the line on middle class taxes.

Having a world-class education system is critical to the state economy because it not only attracts families to our state but also helps ensure that the young people who grow up in New Jersey are prepared for good-paying jobs when they enter the workforce.
Campaign Address 828 Terrace Ave Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604
Health care, public safety, and affordability.

We have passed legislation that preserves the key protections of the Affordable Care Act in New Jersey, including protections for pre-existing conditions. We are also investing in women's health care again after women's health services were cut by the Christie administration.

We have passed several new laws to improve public safety. We introduced and passed major new bus safety laws shortly after I entered the Assembly. We also passed a package of gun safety laws this year to help make New Jersey's gun violence prevention laws among the strongest in the nation, and introduced legislation to improve pedestrian safety and to reduce the risks of lead contamination in our water.

We are always working to address affordability issues in our state. We have restored critical tax relief programs including the Senior Freeze and homestead rebate, voted against middle class tax increases, and are working to lower the cost of prescription drugs.
Since property taxes are set at the local level, we've worked to bring as much state funding back to our district as possible. We were able to bring $20 million dollars in state funding back to District 38 by passing a new school funding formula. That means more funds for our towns to pay for priorities such as public safety and education without passing the costs on to local taxpayers.

We also restored tax relief programs including the Senior Freeze and homestead rebate, which are very important to seniors in our community who are living on fixed incomes.
We need to make New Jersey as attractive as possible to employers and workers. That starts with preserving what makes New Jersey such a great place to live, work, and raise a family. This is why we've focused on making sure New Jersey's public education remains the best in the country and have worked to increase investment in our transit system and improve public safety, all while holding the line on middle class taxes.

Having a world-class education system is critical to the state economy because it not only attracts families to our state but also helps ensure that the young people who grow up in New Jersey are prepared for good-paying jobs when they enter the workforce.