[<< wikiquote] Tom Kean, Jr.
Tom Kean, Jr. (born September 5, 1968) is an American politician, who has been serving in the New Jersey State Senate since 2003. He represents the 21st Legislative District which covers parts of Union, Morris, Somerset and Essex Counties, and is the Republican candidate for the upcoming 2006 U.S. Senate election. His father is Thomas Kean, who was Governor of New Jersey from 1982 to 1990.

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Spring is in the air.  In some places, that means longer days, blooming flowers and Opening Day.  Here in New Jersey, the coming of spring means it’s the time of year when Trenton politicians ask us for more money.  Not surprisingly, this year is no different.
On Jon Corzine's Budget (April 6, 2006); "The Corzine Budget: Same Old Tax and Spend ", Tom's Blog" (April 6, 2006).Genocide and oppression not confined to the pages of history or memorials like Yad Vashem.  They are taking place today, in our world.  Nearly half a million black Africans have died in Sudan's Darfur region, systematically targeted for murder, rape, or displacement by government-backed Arab "Janjaweed" militias, simply because of their race.  This is a genocide, taking place right now.  We have the power to stop it.  But action to date by the civilized world has been utterly insufficient.
On the Holocaust and Genocide (April 26, 2006); "Reflections on the Holocaust and Genocide in the 21st Century", Tom's Blog" (April 26, 2006).Senator Menendez seems to think that tax increases create jobs and investment. I believe that private businesses create jobs, and that investment will flow to states with good economic climates and good governance, especially in a globalized economy.
On Taxes (May 12, 2006); "Congress Agrees on Tax Relief Extension",  Tom's Blog" (May 12, 2006).I do not support a blanket amnesty policy for our country.  I believe it would dishonor legal immigrants who came here the right way, and it would only encourage more illegal migration
Speech at Liberty State Park (May 17, 2006); "Amnesty Statement",  Tom's Blog" (May 17, 2006).

== External links ==

Kean for U.S. Senate