The Record’s Racioppi Breaks Down the Tax Plans of the Guv Candidates

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No issue has so consistently frustrated voters and bedeviled candidates than property taxes, the “third rail” in New Jersey politics, said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. And after many years of unfulfilled pledges to once and for all lower bills, Murray said in a recent interview, “the problem is we have reached a point where the public doesn’t trust a politician when they make promises about property taxes,”  writes the Bergen Record’s Dustin Racioppi.

To read his full treatment of the subject in the context of tomorrow’s primary, go here.

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