From Patrick McGrady, Republican candidate for District 34A delegation:
The hard-working people of the Route 40 Corridor deserve better representation then they have had for the past few years.
We all remember the 2007 tax hikes that came from Annapolis- the 20% sales tax hike, the 18.5% corporate tax hike, and the 18% income tax hike. We cannot afford more of the same. Unless we elect new people to represent us, we will surely see more tax hikes in just a few months.
I am running for the House of Delegates because I understand the struggles we face in Havre de Grace, Aberdeen, Joppatowne, and everywhere in between.
If you think the best way to create more jobs in our district is to raise taxes, and to make more regulations on small business, please vote for my opponents.
If you think Maryland is – and can continue to be – a great place to live, work, and raise a family, please consider voting for me on November 2.
The State government in Maryland must do our part to keep taxes predictable, low, and fair to help create an environment where entrepreneurs want to invest in new jobs. Lower taxes will help businesses create more jobs.
I successfully fought against property tax hikes for the citizens of Harford County, and I want to bring a fiscally conservative viewpoint to Annapolis.
Let’s work together to get Maryland working again.