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    Stable infrastructure (roads, internet, etc.) is the lifeline for all other activities. Safe and well-maintained roads are especially important in a large and rural county such as Park. Living rurally also doesn't mean being isolated from the services that your taxes pay for and available technology (high speed, broadband) is essential to provide opportunities in an ever changing world.

    Michele Wayland

    County Commissioner,
    Hartsel, Colorado

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    Ted Alfonsetti III

    State Representative,
    Southfield, Michigan

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    As Prince George's County has experiences record grow, we must invest into making our roadways safer for commuters.

    Karen Elizabeth Porter

    County Council,
    Lanham ,

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    When my term as Mayor began in 2016, one of the first things I did was evaluate roads. The honest opinions I got rated our roads D- or worse. We have implemented a plan to fix the roads in the worst shape with the funds that are available. If we had the funds all roads would be fixed. This will take lots of time and effort to improve our city streets in the near future.

    Harold Gordon

    Connersville, Indiana

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    Jon Eric Easter

    City-County Council,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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    Across Indiana, and most especially Indianapolis, crumbling infrastructure has become the norm. Disastrous property tax caps, the captured and redirected tax revenue, lack of Home Rule and hundreds of thousands of workers whose taxes go back to their home county entering the city each day, has resulted in the inability of our city to properly meet the obligation of maintaining our roads.

    Zach Adamson

    Council Member,
    Indianapolis, Indiana

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