Free market policies based on private sector experience
The Economy & Jobs: Tom is a self-made businessman who came from middle-class roots. His nearly thirty years in the private sector began with an entry-level job earning $13,000 per year, and culminated with growing a local
NJ company into a national business. Throughout his career he helped to create and preserve thousands of American jobs.
Tom will use that real world experience to get our economy growing again. He will promote free market policies that foster the creation of good-paying,
American jobs, and empower entrepreneurs and business leaders by eliminating burdensome regulations and bureaucratic red tape that stifle job creation.
Source: 2014 N.J. House campaign website, TMac4congress.com
Nov 4, 2014
Support & expand free trade
Q: Do you support or oppose the statement, "Support & expand free trade"?
Source: Email interview for 2014 N.J. Senate race with OnTheIssues
Jul 1, 2014
China is engaging in unfair trade practices
[All four Democratic candidates] showed few differences in how the
US should approach its relationship with China, saying that its economic rise is a good thing but that it is engaging in unfair trade practices.
Source: Star-Ledger coverage of 2013 N.J. Senate debate
Aug 5, 2013
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