Assembly Majority Leader Joseph Cryan (D-Union) had the following published in The Star-Ledger:
“So, yes, my values and the governor’s are different. He may think it’s okay to call people names, but many of us with common decency don’t agree. I promise you this — I’m going to keep fighting for those folks who deserve a fair shake and shouldn’t be used as cobblestones on the steps to higher office.
”I’ll keep fighting for the common guy just trying to get by and folks who need a voice, even if it disgusts our governor…”