From Friends of Eric Daxon:
The anticipation is over; Eric Daxon has officially filed to run for Harford County Council in District C. After living in many places in Maryland, Eric and his family moved to his favorite county, Harford County. Besides its natural beauty and family friendly environment, he chose to live here because of affordable homes, low property taxes, low crime and good schools. He has been married since 2000. Nancy and Eric have a daughter and son. Eric is dedicated to seeing a real two party system in Maryland where the result is common sense government.
Eric has always felt strongly about the need for lawsuit abuse reform and protection of property rights. In 2009, he helped the Prigel Family Creamery in Glen Arm, MD raise money for their legal defense. Prigel Farm Fest was attended by over 1,200 people and raised $35,000.00. The festival raised the communities’ awareness for the need for legal abuse reforms and the protection of property rights.
Eric is going to fight for you to keep your hard earned money. Over the past 8 years, we have watched Annapolis increase taxes on us 40 consecutive times. The most recent, the rain tax is the most concerning. This tax not only taxes resident’s property, it also taxes churches, non-profits and businesses for land and buildings they own. A federal judge ruled that states did not have to implement the rain tax. One can only wonder why the O’Malley and Brown Administration would pass a bill declared unconstitutional by a federal court.
Eric will bring a fresh perspective and new energy to the Harford County Council. He is going to propose term limits for all elected officials in Harford County. The military calls it “up or out”. Our politicians should live by the same standard our soldiers do. He will not raise taxes. He will not compete with banks and the Small Business Administration by giving out taxpayer money to businesses. He will tell you where he stands on an issue before the council and vote that way. You will see Eric and his family out and about, not just near Election Day.
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