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Rep. Sonny Borrelli Candidate Questionnaire Responses

June 25, 2014

1) Do you support limiting increases in state spending to no faster than the projected rate of increase of Arizona’s economy?

YES

2) Do you support “Truth in Spending” legislation that would require the Governor and Legislature to notify the public via news release whenever they propose a state budget that would increase state spending faster than the projected rate of increase of Arizona’s economy, as projected by the Economic Estimates Commission?

YES

3) The structure of a state’s tax system has a significant impact on its ability to increase the economic prosperity of its residents. Do you support eliminating or phasing out Arizona’s personal and corporate income taxes?

YES

4) If you do support phasing out Arizona’s personal and corporate income taxes, how quickly do you believe that can be done?

YES. But depending on the new governor, I give it a 50/50 chance.

5) Do you support using any additional state revenue obtained due to the Marketplace Fairness Act to reduce the burden to hardworking Arizonans of harmful taxes such as the state income tax?

YES

6) Will you support expanding the eligibility for Arizona’s Empowerment Scholarship Accounts?

YES

7) Do you support forbidding school districts or charter schools from using students’ personal information for political purposes — such as passing bond overrides?

YES

8) Do you support allowing S corporations and other businesses to make tax credit contributions to student tuition organizations (STOs) that provide scholarships to help children get into independent schools?

YES

9) Do you support allowing local school district boards and charter school governing boards to opt-out of the Common Core standards and to establish a process for them to adopt their own standards?

YES

10) Do you support preventing public sector labor unions (or “associations”) from using their members’ dues for political activity without allowing members to annually “opt-in” to automatic paycheck deductions?

YES

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