NEW: Massachusetts State Rep. Candidate Perro Says No Tax Hikes
Monday, July 22, 2013
Josh Perro, State Representative candidate for the 16th Worcester District, announced today that he would vote against any tax increases that target low income and middle class families during the next legislative session if he is elected to the House of Representatives in the upcoming Special Primary Election on August 13th.
“After speaking with thousands of voters across this district and listening to their concerns, I have decided that this is the right thing to do. The cost of living continues to increase and the middle class is getting squeezed out”, said Perro.
Perro added, “I believe that the people of the 16th Worcester District have paid their fair share of taxes and they haven’t received their fair shake. This community deserves a State Representative who will be a good steward when it comes to their tax dollars.”
Perro also challenged his fellow candidates in the race to adopt the same pledge, “I think this I something we can all agree on and I would hope that my fellow candidates would join me on this one.”
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