For Immediate Release
Contact: Grant Malloy
Chairman, Six for Seminole
Citizens Unite to Vote Against Higher Sales Tax in Seminole County
Seminole County- Citizens in Seminole County this week have formed a new grassroots organization named “Six For Seminole” to urge voters this November to vote against the new county sales tax.
Former Seminole County Commissioner Grant Maloy and Chairman of Six for Seminole said, “Higher taxes hurt our economy and kill jobs. We have paid a billion dollars in higher sales taxes over the last 20 years. By voting against this new tax, we as consumers will enjoy a lower sales tax rate of 6%, allowing us to keep more of our money in these tough economic times.”
To get involved, visit the Six for Seminole web site at www.six4seminole.com. You can also follow our social networking feeds on the website by clicking Follow Us on the right hand side of the page. To educate voters on this new tax, a speakers bureau has been set up. If you would like a Speaker to visit your club, HOA or organization, simply contact us through the web site.
- Britain’s Prince Philip dead at 99 - April 9, 2021
- BPR is expanding, hiring full time/part time assistant editor - June 17, 2019
- Senate vote comes down to the wire, but GOP pass tax cut package - December 2, 2017