(TRENTON) — Assembly Majority Leader Louis D. Greenwald (D-Camden) issued a multimedia package Wednesday confirming that he is indeed obsessed…
…with lowering New Jersey’s onerous property tax burden.
To see how Greenwald’s obsession with reducing the state’s property tax burden translates into up to $2,000 in savings for 95 percent of homeowners, click here.
The multimedia package consists of a video of the Majority Leader talking about his obsession with lowering the state’s property tax burden and audio and a transcript of same.
The audio file is available upon request.
A transcript of Majority Leader Greenwald’s remarks is appended below:
Assembly Majority Leader Louis D. Greenwald (D-Camden):
“The governor suggested that I was obsessed, and he’s right, I am.
“I am obsessed with cutting the property tax burden.
“I wish the governor would share my obsession.
“And, you know, again, what I think is happening is the fact that the governor is out there telling half-truths is a suggestion to me that he knows he can’t defend his plan on the merits. So he’s throwing out numbers; he’s throwing out rhetoric, as opposed to really having a conversation around the facts.
“But again, I am more than willing to accept him on his challenge to have a debate. We’ve offered to debate him ‘On the Record’ with Michael Aron on NJTV and we welcome him to that debate.
“And I’m sure the viewing audience of NJTV and the taxpayers of the State of New Jersey, as soon as he is finished his sock drawer, would welcome him to join us.”