Tuesday, July 2, 2019

These members of the Council voted to raise your property taxes.

Fabian Bedne, voted to
raise taxes, Running at-large
Burkley Allen, voted to
raise taxes, Running at-large
On June 18th the Metro Council voted on a proposed substitute budget that would have raised property taxes by 15.8%.  That proposal came up one vote short of passing and as a result Mayor Briley's budget, which did not proposed a property tax hike, became the city's budget.

Here is who voted to raise taxes:

Erica Gilmore, Council member at-large, (not seeking office)
Bob Mendes, Council member at-large seeking reelection.
Sharon Hurt, Council member at-large seeking reelection.
Brenda Haywood, District 3, not on the ballot.
Brett Withers, District 6, unopposed, seeking reelection.
Anthony Davis,  District 7, not on the ballot.
Doug Pardue,  District 10, not on the ballot.
Mike Freeman, District 16, not on the ballot
Colby Sledge, District 17, seeking reelection unopposed.
Burkley Allen, Currently District 18, seeking an at-large seat.
Freddie O'Connell, District 19, running for reelection unopposed.
Ed Kindall, District 21, seeking reelection, has opposition.
Kathleen Murphy,  District 24, seeking reelection unopposed.
Tanaka Vercher, District 28, seeking reelection with an opponent.
Delisha Porterfield, District 29, seeking reelection with an opponent
Dave Rosenberg, voted to
raise taxes, Running for relectiion
Jason Potts, District 30, not on the ballot.
Fabian Bedne, Currently District 31 running for at-large. Jacobia Dowell, District 32,not on the ballot.
Antoinette Lee, District 33, running for reelection with opposition.
Dave Rosenberg, District 35, running for reelection with opposition.

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