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What Would You Do With The State’s $2.4 Billion Surplus? VOTE
Author: Peter Abbarno
February 25, 2020

The Revenue forecast reports $1.1 billion in unexpected revenue from existing sources; creating a total state surplus of $2.4 billion according to Rep. Drew Stokesbary.  House Republicans have proposed tax cuts and critical services spending. The Majority Party in the House proposed spending the surplus with no tax cuts and no long-term investment.

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I am running because the majority party in Olympia is focused on fringe extreme issues and seem to only care about those living in the shadow of the Space Needle. Communities across the State cares about ‘kitchen table’ issues that impact every working family and small business like accountable government, affordable communities, and safe streets. I am committed to finding solutions for all of us.

Peter Abbarno, Candidate for State House in the 20th Legislative District, business owner, attorney, and Mayor Pro Tem for the City of Centralia
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