As the governor's race in New Jersey heats up, municipal market officials said the tax cuts proposed by Republican candidate Christie Todd Whitman may hurt the state's credit rating.

Whitman, who is running against Democratic incumbent Jim Florio, recently proposed a 30% state income tax cut to bring the state "out of its worst economic decline in our history."

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