Trenton, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 4, 2009
District 17 GOP Assembly candidates Anthony Mazzola and Salim Nathoo recently signed the Citizens for Assembly Common Sense Pledge during a rally held in front of the Trenton State House.
District 17, consists of Franklin, Highland Park, Milltown, New Brunswick, North Brunswick, and Piscataway in the Middlesex and Somerset Counties in NJ.
The Common Sense Pledge is designed to restore the public's trust in their government, eliminate the culture of corruption, and make our state affordable. The Pledge, which can be found at http://www.citizensforassembly.com, contains the Top 10 state governmental reforms that Mazzola and Nathoo will enact following their election.
Specifically, these Top 10 state governmental reforms include:
10. Stopping the violence: Mazzola and Nathoo promise to devote the necessary resources to curb violence and violent crime in our communities.
9. Providing choice in education: Mazzola and Nathoo promise to endorse a competitive educational system.
8. Fostering election competition: Mazzola and Nathoo promise end corrupt campaigning and foster an atmosphere allowing everyday people to run for elected office.
7. Creating citizen checks and balances: Mazzola and Nathoo promise to enact direct voter mandates for state appropriations.
6. Reforming the state pension system: Mazzola and Nathoo promise to make the system simpler and fairer for both workers and taxpayers alike
5. Providing choices to make healthcare affordable: Mazzola and Nathoo promise to reduce healthcare costs by promoting choice and competition.
4. Enacting zero tolerance for abuse of power: Mazzola and Nathoo promise to make those who abuse their position to pay the price for their actions.
3. Eliminating undue influence: Mazzola and Nathoo promise make lobbying groups follow the same anti-corruption rules as individuals.
2. Cutting taxes and red tape: Mazzola and Nathoo promise to improve the state's business laws and make the state more attractive to business.
1. Legislating true property tax reform: Mazzola and Nathoo promise to reject unpaid for legislation and end the unnecessary padding of property tax bills.
About Anthony Mazzola
Anthony is a Financial Advisor with AXA Equitable. He recently retired from the US Air Force Reserve after more than 30 years of active and reserve service that included two wartime deployments. He is a former Councilman in Franklin Township and currently serves on the Township's Planning Board.
About Salim Nathoo.
Salim Nathoo is a former democrat who got disillusioned with the Democratic Party. He is the principal of a clinical trials business in Piscataway and is also involved in many causes involving the well being of our citizens. For More information, please visit http:// http://www.snathoo.com.
For more information please contact:
Salim Nathoo 732-266-0507
Anthony Mazzola 732-873-0080