Newark and New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Are Open for Business

Governor Phil Murphy announces $2.8 million in apprenticeship grants to New Jersey businesses and colleges at Sansone Auto Mall in Avenel on February 11, 2019. (photo: Edwin J. Torres/Governor’s Office)

“Newark and New Jersey are open for business. Period. Full stop.” — Gov. Phil Murphy

A True Pro-Growth Progressive

‘Governmental Malpractice’

No Investments, No Returns

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy. (photo: Phil Murphy)

No Returns, No Investments

Improving New Jersey Infrastructure

Governor Phil Murphy holds a press conference on NJ TRANSIT delays and cancellations in Newark on Thursday, August 9, 2018. Edwin J. Torres/Governor’s Office.
Governor Phil Murphy announces improvements for New Jersey commuters at New York Penn Station on February 13th, 2019. Edwin J. Torres/Governor’s Office.

Gov. Murphy’s Banner First Year

Governor Phil Murphy holds a press conference on raising the minimum wage on September 6, 2018 at Elijah’s Promise in New Brunswick. (Edwin J. Torres/NJ Governor’s Office)




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