Job Growth, Taxes Important For District 30 Prospects

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The 5 prospects vying for two General Assembly seats in District 30 only agreesettle on one thing: that they shouldnt remain in workplace long.Even Sean Kean,

who has been in the Statehouse given that 2002, agrees that there should be term limitations for future assemblymen and senators.But when it came to more challengingharder problems like building taxes and state staff member pension reform, the group had different solutions to major issues pestering New Jersey’s financial and financial state.Republican incumbent candidates Kean and David Rible, Democratic candidates Jim Keady and Lorna Phillipson and third-party prospect Hank Schroeder satisfiedmet the Asbury Park Press’editorial board Wednesday.All but Schroeder were in favor of a property tax reform commission, however none of them believe such a commission should have the power to enact its recommendations.The only candidate in favor of a 35 percent home tax decrease in exchange for higher earnings taxes for upper-middle class taxpayers was Phillipson.Here’s a summary of each candidate’s concerns and problems they believe need attention.Jim Keady, Democrat, Spring Lake

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