Butehorn says Christie backs a ‘go along to get along’ plan

Steve Lonegan offered a clear conservative message at tonight’s gubernatorial debate, while Christopher Christie supports a ‘go along to get along’ plan that will result in just ‘more of the same,’ says Hank Butehorn, the Lonegan campaign chairman.

“Steve Lonegan laid out a plan to replace the punitive tax redistribution system that we have with a 2.9 percent flat tax that cuts the tax rate for singles making over $35,000 and couples making over $70,000. Steve also explained how he would get rid of COAH, eliminate 5 departments of government and cut property taxes by 20 percent,” Butehorn said.

According to Butehorn, “Republican voters are going to be faced with a very clear choice on June 2nd: A conservative who wants to slash the size of government and lower our taxes, or another “moderate” without a plan.”

“That’s why Steve Lonegan will be our Republican nominee on June 2nd,” Butehorn said.

Butehorn says Christie backs a ‘go along to get along’ plan