ATR Releases List of 2021 NJ State Pledge Signers (Primary Election)

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Posted by Sheridan Nolen on Monday, June 7th, 2021, 3:42 PM PERMALINK

Americans for Tax Reform recognizes the New Jersey incumbents and candidates who have taken the Taxpayer Protection Pledge ahead of the June 8 primary election. The Pledge is a written commitment to hardworking taxpayers and to the American people to “oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes.” 

“By signing The Pledge to the voters, these candidates and incumbents demonstrate that they will safeguard taxpayers from higher taxes,” said Grover Norquist, President of Americans for Tax Reform. “Pledge signers understand that government should be reformed in a way so that it spends and takes less taxpayer dollars, and will oppose tax increases that prolong failures of the past.” 

New candidates sign the Taxpayer Protection Pledge regularly. For the most up-to-date information on this race or any other, please visit the ATR Pledge Database.  

Candidates can still make this important commitment to voters ahead of the June 8 primary by visiting: www.atr.org/take-the-pledge 

The following New Jersey candidates and incumbents have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge: 

First Name 

Last Name 

  Office 

District Number 

 Incumbent 

Jack 

 Ciattarelli 

  Governor 

  

 No 

Denise 

Andrew 

Louis 

John 

Gregory 

Robert 

Ronald 

Serena 

John 

Brian 

Aura 

Jay 

Sean 

Edward H. 

Robert 

Seth 

Dawn 

Christopher 

James 

Samuel 

Declan 

Shirley 

Jon

Tom 

Michael 

Anthony M. 

Joe 

Holly 

 

 Gonzalez 

 Pachuta 

 Greenwald 

 Catalano 

 McGuckin 

 Clifton 

 Dancer 

 DiMaso 

 DiMaio 

 Bergen 

 Dunn 

 Webber 

 Kean 

 Thomson 

 Auth 

 Grossman 

 Addiego 

 Connors 

 Holzapfel 

 Thompson 

 O’Scanlon 

 Turner 

 Bramnick

Kean Jr. 

 Doherty 

 Bucco 

 Pennacchio 

 Schepisi 

 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly  

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Assembly 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

  State Senate 

 

 

 

 

14 

10 

10 

12 

12 

13  

23 

25 

25 

26 

30 

30 

39 

10 

12 

13 

15 

21

21 

23 

25 

26 

39 

 No 

 No 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 No 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes

 Yes

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 Yes 

 

Photo Credit: Americans for Tax Reform

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