Tax Day Serves As Reminder Of Need For New Leadership In Oregon￼
Canby, Ore. – As Oregonians prepare to finish their taxes today, Christine Drazan’s campaign for governor reminded taxpayers that the two leading Democratic candidates for governor this year – Tina Kotek and Betsy Johnson – voted in lockstep with Governor Kate Brown in support of billions of dollars worth of new taxes and fees on Oregonians, including supporting the tax on Oregon sales and authorizing tolling on Oregon roadways.
“From the tax on Oregon sales to the transit tax and tolling, Tina Kotek and Betsy Johnson have stood in lockstep with Governor Kate Brown in support of billions worth of taxes paid for by Oregonians and employers,” said Trey Rosser, Drazan’s campaign manager. “Tax Day serves as a great reminder of why we need to elect leadership that will lead our state in a new direction this November. Christine Drazan voted no on the tax on sales, rejected unfair tolling schemes, and will work to make Oregon more affordable for hardworking families.”