November Sun, 1971
Most Important Problem in New Jersey: High Taxes and Tax Structure
If the average New Jersey citizen could tell Governor Cahill and the newly-elected members of the State legislature what to do, their message would be “watch out for the pocketbook issues.”
October Wed, 1971
85% of the State’s Adult Population Does Not Even Know That State Senators and Assemblymen Are Up for Election
With elections to the New Jersey Legislature only two weeks away, 85 per cent of the state’s adult population does not even know that state senators and assemblymen are up for election. This is a major conclusion of the first New Jersey Poll, the results of which were released today.