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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

"No Tax Hike" Rally

(Posted 23 Oct 2007)

Are you taxed enough? Let your elected officials know !

Join us on the first day of the Special Session to send a message LOUD AND CLEAR to Martin O'Malley and the General Assembly that Marylanders do not support a tax hike. Bring your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and classmates! The bigger the
turnout, the better! Mark your calendar now!

Every Marylander is being targeted for O'Malley's massive tax hike.
  • Increases the gasoline tax
  • Increases the sales tax by 20%
  • Applies the sales tax to services
  • Increases the income tax
  • Increases the car titling tax
  • Increases the cigarette tax by 100%
  • Increases the corporate tax by 14%
  • Creates new commercial real estate taxes

If passed, this will be the largest tax hike in Maryland history!
The bottom line: the state government has a spending problem, not a revenue problem! If working families need to work within their means, so should the state government.
  • Who: EVERYBODY is invited

  • When: Monday, October 29th
    • 4:00-6:00 PM Rally (Get there early!)
    • 6:00-8:00 PM Visit your legislators (Photo ID required)
    • 8:00 PM Special Session begins at the State House ( Photo ID required)

  • Where:: Lawyer's Mall, Annapolis (in front of the State House)

  • Parking: Bus drivers may drop off rally participants at Lawyer's Mall and then park at the Naval Academy Stadium parking lot

    If arriving by car, you may park at the Naval Academy Stadium parking lot ($5) and then take the shuttle to Lawyer's Mall ( Get there early!)

Authorized by the Maryland Republican Party, R. Christopher Rosenthal, Treasurer
Not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee.

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