Rep. Gary Glenn was a leader in the campaign to DEFEAT Proposal One, the $2 billion road tax increase overwhelmingly rejected by voters in Bay, Lapeer, and Tuscola counties.

GG_-_Prop_one.jpgRep. Gary Glenn, R-Williams Twp., left, and now-Congressman Paul Mitchell teamed up during a live televised debate on WNEM-TV 5 to urge voters to defeat Proposal One. (Photo by The Saginaw News, March 18, 2015)

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Or click here to read the Saginaw News story about Rep. Glenn’s leadership in opposing Proposal One.



Kevin Daley voted in favor of the $2 billion road tax increase.

Explaining his vote the next day in the Lapeer County Press, Daley praised the biggest state tax increase in fifty years, calling it “historic” and “sustainable” and saying it would “make for smoother and safer roads.” (Click on image of the full County Press story below, Dec. 21, 2014.)



Thankfully, 80 percent of voters statewide rejected Proposal One on our May 6, 2015 ballot, including 85 percent of voters in Bay County and 88 percent of voters in Lapeer and Tuscola counties.

Now, three years later, trying to explain away how out of step he was with District 31 voters, former Rep. Daley claimed at a candidate forum Nov. 8th in Lapeer that he supported the massive tax increase not because it was "historic" or "sustainable," as he'd said before, but because it was so bad that he was sure voters would reject it. That's right. He voted for it, he said, because of how bad it was. Does that make sense?


Kevin Daley voted in favor of raising your gas and sales taxes.

Gary Glenn was a leader in defeating that tax increase.

How will you vote August 7th?