Pretty soon these two are going to be promising to just hand over their campaign war chests, a six pack of Bud, and various state parks to the voters.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Taylor on Saturday pledged to eliminate the state property tax if he is elected governor, which he said would give 2.5 million Georgians more money in their pockets.
The ambitious tax-cut proposal came days after the man Taylor is trying to unseat – Gov. Sonny Perdue – made his own campaign promise to scrap the state tax on retirement income for Georgia’s senior citizens.
Taylor said property taxes are taking a bigger and bigger bite out of Georgians’ incomes. The plan would mean an average savings of about $30 per household.
“If Mark Taylor is elected governor there will be no state property tax for the people of Georgia,