Infrastructure Repair & Investment

Whether one opposes or supports laws that ensure communities have the necessary funding for a healthy infrastructure, including streets, sidewalks, clean water and sewer systems.


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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    If you know our District, you know Liberty Rd has many shopping centers that have been neglected for far too long. We need a complete overhaul here, better lighting, more sidewalks, safer not broken sidewalks. Not only will this create jobs, revenue and a place for the community to call theirs, but an overhaul here will affect property values in a positive manner.

    Brian Marcos

    House of Delegates,
    Reisterstown, Maryland

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  • SUPPORT
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    Our existing roads and bridges need to be modernized and new bridges, roads and sidewalks constructed in order to ensure the safety of our citizens but also to create good paying jobs for the future. Every day children are put in harm’s way as they walk to school where no sidewalks are built. It’s time our government takes care of these chronic issues.

    Dustin Burley

    State Representative,
    Lawrenceburg, Kentucky

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Protecting natural resources, clean air, water, & environment help keep families safe & healthy. Development should afford every Citizen the opportunity to live & enjoy a better quality of life while also having an invested interest. We thrive in District 5 when we reinvest in each other, our communities, schools, and businesses. Growth, revitalization, and sustainability should work for all.

    Albert Slocum

    County Council,
    Landover, Maryland

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
    S+

    I believe we have a duty to repair and rebuild our crumbling infrastructure. I further believe this will stimulate economic growth.

    Brian Gene Walton

    Central Committee,
    Rockville, Maryland

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  • NOT APPLICABLE
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    By "laws," this issue means "mandatory spending." This historically tends to turn into "pork barrel" slush money spent on pet projects. I oppose "use-it-or-lose-it" budgeting and wasting tax dollars and issuing debt that requires future taxes.

    "DC" Caldwell

    Justice of the Peace,
    Houston, Texas

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
    S+

    The plan of Walker and the Republicans for roads and infrastructure is neglect and debt. We have rural areas going back to gravel roads. Walker also turned down more than $800 million in train funds from the federal government which was simply a return of our federal taxes.