A Better Approach 

Voting yes on the county sales tax proposal would allow us to reduce property tax burden.

On ballot referendum Number One: You, the citizen, are being asked to raise the county sales tax by one-half percent. Your first instinct is going to be something along the lines of "hell, no!" I understand this reaction, but I ask you…

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