Join me in ridiculing these arrogant politicians for proposing to violate the 1% property tax cap. Watch my testimony & then email them — it’s easy.
“An injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
Fri, Nov 5th, 2021
The law allows governments to raise property taxes 1% — anything higher requires voter approval.
The Sumner City Council and its’ mayor are proposing raising property taxes 2.5%.
2.5% is not 1%.
The City Council will vote in November on whether they will lawlessly raise property taxes or respect this voter-approved law.
Here’s my testimony on it from this week (click on this link to watch it):
If that doesn’t work, click on this link: https://youtu.be/6KE3TVL6-Lo
It is absolutely infuriating that these “representatives of the people” are seriously considering violating the express will of the people on this law that was not only overwhelmingly approved by voters but also overwhelmingly readopted into law by a Democrat-controlled Legislature.
Join me in telling the members of the Sumner City Council to not raise property taxes AT ALL (and certainly not above the 1% cap unless they ask the voters’ permission in a public vote as the law requires). Email them right now.
In the To: line of your email, copy and paste:
firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Subject line, copy and paste:
Sumner City Council: DON’T VIOLATE THE 1% PROPERTY TAX CAP!! Ask voters’ permission because that’s what the law requires.
In the body of the email, write this or something like this (TELL ‘EM WHAT YOU THINK!):
The voters overwhelmingly passed Initiative 747 and for 20 years state and local governments have not been allowed to raise property taxes more than 1% per year. Anything higher requires voter permission. In 2007, the Democrat-dominated Legislature and Governor Gregoire reimposed the 1% cap. 1% means 1%. 2.5% is not 1%. It is beyond outrageous that you’re seriously considering voting to raise property taxes AT ALL in the city of Sumner. When taxpayers are being decimated by Inslee’s lockdown, it’s inconceivable that you’re actually thinking about massively raising property taxes way above the 1% cap and doing it without asking voters permission. Don’t do it. It’s brutal, mean, and disrespectful to the people you’re elected to represent. Vote no on this lawless proposal to raise property taxes right now.
Send them your email today.
We’re moving full steam ahead on Jim Walsh’s anti-income-tax initiative (I-1408) here and 7 Election Integrity Initiatives in 7 key swing states.
Right now, I’m only urging you — while I’m fighting to help our state and our nation with my initiative efforts — to help me fight back against Fascist Fergie by donating to my legal defense fund.
I’m very grateful for all the prayers and support of thousands of you who helped me and my family survive this blatant abuse of power by the AG.
Please donate TODAY so I can pay Richard Sanders to appeal these ridiculously unconstitutional restrictions on the First Amendment:
Mail your check to: Tim Eyman Legal Defense Fund, 500 106th Ave NE #709, Bellevue, WA, 98004
Or donate online: TimDefense.com
Don’t let the guy who robbed us of our $30 tabs get away with this:
As you know, we worked really hard on Initiative 976:
Karen and I sacrificed a lot — we sold off our retirement fund to kick-start its signature drive:
And now, a message from Sid Maietto and Larry Jensen:
We’re asking folks to donate to our PAC so we can stop all current and future income-based taxes with Jim Walsh’s Initiative 1408:
The taxpayers of Washington need our help now more than ever. Donate to our political committee so we can keep fighting for you:
Mail your check — made payable to “Permanent Offense (I-1408)” — to: Permanent Offense (I-1408), PO Box 6151, Olympia, WA, 98507
Or donate online: PermanentOffense.com
Sid Maietto & Larry Jensen
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We love you all.
Larry, Tim, & Sid
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