Economic & Tax Policy

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    Economic and Tax Policy should simply HELP THE PEOPLE. Not some, but all. Tax policies should be common sense. Good people know when a policy is fair or not, and good people when a policy inordinately causes small business owners undue stress. Yes, I am running as a Democrat, and I believe in limited-yet-sensible government.

    Nathan Smith Jones

    State Representative,
    Provo, Utah

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    PROMOTE FAIR REVENUE REFORM We must return to a sensible, balanced, and sustainable revenue policy. I oppose additional increases in sales taxes, especially on food, which hurt Johnson County and our most vulnerable neighbors.

    Megan England

    State Senate,
    Roeland Park, Kansas

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    For far too long the Bartholomew County Council has balanced its budget at the expense of adequately funding the departments and employees that provide services to the citizens of Bartholomew County. While no one really wants to raise or implement new taxes, something must be done to increase revenues to support our roads and bridges, our schools and to ensure publics safety in all its forms.

    Pam Clark

    County Council,
    Columbus, Indiana

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    Steve Naumovski

    State Representative,
    STERLING HEIGHTS, Michigan

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    I oppose the raising of or addition of taxes on hard-working Tennesseans. Government produces nothing, yet they take more than they need, as is evidenced by the $1 billion surplus.

    Mark Lovell

    State Representative,
    Eads, Tennessee

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    Just like we have to do in our personal lives, we have to watch our spending and spend the money wisely in ways that are the most efficient and for the best outcomes for all.

    Seth Alan Blaustein

    Precinct Committeeman,
    Yelm, Washington

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