11 June 2014 0 Comments

Dave Reed Voted to Increase Pennsylvania Debt by $6.3 Billion Taxpayer Dollars – Three Bad Debt Votes in Three Years

   Dave Reed District 62 Map  Republican, serving Indiana County (Part) Leadership

Dave Reed is Majority Policy Chairman

Member of the House 2003 to date

Dave Reed  is not the friend of The Forgotten Taxpayer. 

In the last three years, Dave Reed    voted YEA three times for more debt to be imposed on Pennsylvania Taxpayers. 

Debt is deferred taxation

In the last three years, the Republican General Assembly and the Republican Governor have increased debt by $6,300,000,000 SIX BILLION THREE HUNDRED MILLION. The Republican General Assembly and the Republican Governor are NOT the Forgotten Taxpayer’s friend. Three Capital Budget Acts, Act 130 of 2011 Act 193 of 2012 and Act 69 of 2013, increased Pennsylvanian’s debt burden..

A “YEA” was a vote against Liberty, against Economic Freedom and against The Forgotten Taxpayer

    Act 130 of 2011   Dave Reed  voted YEA for more debt.

A “YEA” was a vote against Liberty, against Economic Freedom and against The Forgotten Taxpayer

The House Vote 19 December 2011  on Capital Budget Act 130 of 2011(SB1054) was a vote to increase debt by $2.3 billion.

Fiscal Note House Committee on Appropriations  .

         Act 193 of 2012 2011 Dave Reed  voted YEA for more debt

A “YEA” was a vote against Liberty, against Economic Freedom and against The Forgotten Taxpayer

The House Vote 3 October 2012 on Capital Budget Act 193of 2012(sb1480) of 2012 was a vote to increase debt by $2.3 billion

Fiscal Note House Committee on Appropriations

    Act 69 of 2013  Dave Reed voted YEA for more debt; every Democrat voted YEA for more debt. 

A “YEA” was a vote against Liberty, against Economic Freedom and against The Forgotten Taxpayer

The House Vote 1 July 2013 on Capital Budget Act 69 of 2013(SB1002) was a vote to increase debt by $1.75 billion dollars.

Fiscal Note House Committee on Appropriations

 

  Pennsylvania Debt “Today, Pennsylvanians owe $121 billion in state and local government debt.  This equates to more than $9,400 for every person, and almost $38,000 for the average family of four in the commonwealth—an increase of $10,300 since 2002. “READ MORE Pennsylvania Debt Commonwealth Foundation 21 March 2012

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