MARICOPA COUNTY GOP OPPOSES ALL SCHOOL DISTRICT OVERRIDE & BOND INITIATIVES
October 15, 2015
Contact: Jake Hoffman, Communications Director, (480) 980-7020, Jake@MaricopaCountyGOP.com
Republican Party of Maricopa County Opposes
All School District Override & Bond Ballot Initiatives
Tempe, Arizona – The Republican Party of Maricopa County Executive Guidance Council voted unanimously to formally oppose all school district override and bond ballot initiatives, countywide.
“Public school systems in Maricopa County and across the state must live within their means, just as the hard working Arizonans that comprise their respective tax bases have had to do,” said Republican Party of Maricopa County Chairman Tyler Bowyer. “It is unacceptable that these public school districts continue to waste millions of taxpayer dollars on bloated administrator salaries, pet projects and unnecessary infrastructure, while simultaneously complaining that they are strapped for cash.”
The K-12 public school system in Arizona has demonstrated a decades long unwillingness to prioritize the needs of students and teachers first. To empower the very administrators that have repeatedly failed to focus on the needs of students with even more hard-earned tax dollars is fiscally irresponsible and bad for Arizona children and taxpayers. The Republican Party of Maricopa County opposes these attempts to increase taxes.
The Republican Party of Maricopa County is the official arm of the Republican Party in Maricopa County, Arizona, representing more than 710,000 registered Republican voters. As the nation's fourth largest county in the nation, by population, and the largest Republican county, by voter registration, Maricopa County represents a conservative cornerstone in the national social, fiscal and political dialogue.
Republican Party of Maricopa County
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