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Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick, R-Union, Somerset and Morris, issued the following statement today on Governor Christie’s State of the State address:
“New Jersey has experienced a number of remarkable accomplishments over the past three years thanks to Governor Christie’s ability to work with members of both political parties.
“That bipartisanship is more important than ever as we begin to rebuild our state after Hurricane Sandy battered New Jersey and tested our resiliency.
“The touching stories of everyday citizens who demonstrated true New Jersey spirit in the midst of a crisis underscored Governor Christie’s uplifting message that New Jersey will be rebuilt better than before as long as we continue to make New Jersey a model of bipartisan cooperation.”
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick / 908-232-2073
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