Beaty Signs Two Taxpayer Protection Pledges

Candidate for 5th Barnstable District State Rep. seat
County Commissioner Ron Beaty

From County Commissioner (and State Rep. Candidate) Ronald Beaty, Jr.

MASSACHUSETTS REPUBLICAN STATE REPRESENTATIVE CANDIDATE RON BEATY SIGNS 2 TAXPAYER PROTECTION PLEDGES

 

West Barnstable, Cape Cod: Monday, May 7, 2018 - Ron Beaty, a fiscally conservative Republican Candidate for 5th Barnstable District State Representative, as well as Barnstable County Commissioner, announced today that he has signed 2 "Taxpayer Protection Pledges," one sponsored by Americans for Tax Reform located in Washington, DC, and one sponsored by Citizens for Limited Taxation's 2 1/2 PAC  located here in Massachusetts.

 

Each of the pledges, which were both officially notarized and witnessed, state that if elected, Beaty will "oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes." 

 

The respective “Taxpayer Protection Pledges” have been forwarded to each of there sponsoring organizations, Americans for Tax Reform; in Washington, DC and Citizens for Limited Taxation's 2 1/2 PAC in Massachusetts.

 

A native-born Cape Codder with many years of experience in Real Estate Management, a current Barnstable County Commissioner, as well as a long-time Regional Community Activist, Ron Beaty is a fiscally conservative Republican presently running for the 5th Barnstable District State Representative seat. 

 

The 5th Barnstable State Representative District encompasses parts of the Town of Barnstable, portions of the Town of Bourne and Plymouth along with the entire Town of Sandwich.


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