Georgia Taxpayers United surveyed each of the candidates for each State House and State Senate race. We ask candidates to give us a straight answer, “yes” or “no,” on issues that are important to our supporters. We gave each candidate until May 2nd to return their completed survey.
- Will you support legislation that will effectively nullify Obamacare?
- Will you support legislation to repeal the hospital bed tax and oppose all efforts to give revenue (taxing) authority to unelected bureaucrats?
- Will you support legislation to completely repeal the state income tax in Georgia including any and all State taxes on dividends and interest?
- Will you support legislation, including any necessary constitutional amendment(s), to completely repeal all property taxes in Georgia?
- Will you support legislation, including any necessary constitutional amendment(s), to repeal all ad valorem taxes on automobiles and all motor fuel taxes?
- Will you support legislation to completely repeal the Transportation Investment Act and to abolish the 12 regional commissions?
- Will you support legislation to completely repeal Georgia’s Internet tax scheme?
Key: = Yes, = No, = Yes and will sponsor, = Did not answer
Thanks to your phone calls and emails, the pro-tax hike politicians in Atlanta have started to feel the heat.
As a result, they put their plans to vote on the gas tax hike bill, H.B. 170, on hold.
But our fight isn’t over yet — they’re coming back to the Capitol today, and they could vote on the gas tax hike bill at any time.
And I am afraid many of the politicians are going to cave to pressure from special interests and vote for a tax hike if we don’t make our voices heard.
You see, the gas tax hike bill’s chief sponsor, Representative Jay Roberts, has been twisting arms and cutting deals to get his bill passed.
At the hearing last Thursday, Rep. Roberts even admitted that parts of H.B. 170 were unconstitutional!
Those sections of the bill were added to appeal to Democratic committee members.
That just shows how desperate he is to pass this gas tax hike and to what lengths he will go to buy votes from other state representatives.
Help fight the gas tax by attending your 2015 GOP Mass Precinct Meeting and passing our Resolution Opposing Any Transportation Tax Increase in Georgia.
Counties with populations over 80,000 (listed below) meet on Saturday, February 7th.
Registration opens at 9 AM and closes at 10 AM sharp (so don’t be late).
Be sure to print out your voter registration details and bring the printout to your mass precinct meeting.
All other counties will meet on Saturday, March 14th.