Go on offense Hillsborough County voters.
Vote NO on the misleading and deceptive All for Transportation (AFT) $23 BILLION transit tax hike on the November ballot.
Taxpayers must not find themselves in another precarious position where unlawful tax dollars are collected from them again.
Stop the abusive use of misleading tax hike ballot summary language for political gain!
On October 10th, Circuit Court Judge Anne-Leigh Gaylord Moe ruled the massive transit tax was misleading and confusing and therefore unlawful. She removed the tax hike referendum from the ballot.
The same feckless Tampa Centric 5 Democrat county commissioners who put the misleading and confusing AFT transit tax on the ballot voted to hire expensive outside lawyers to appeal Moe's ruling.
Judge Moe has called a hearing for tomorrow, October 27th at 2:30pm. Oral arguments from both sides will be heard regarding the Plaintiff's Motion to Vacate the Automatic Stay Pending Appeal.
Moe's October 10th ruling came as hundreds of thousands of mail ballots had been sent out and voters were already voting. Voters were swamped with heavy local media coverage of the Judge's ruling with headlines declaring the Judge "rejects, nullifies, removes, blocks, throws off" the AFT transit tax referendum from the ballot.
The AFT tax hike referendum is now tainted. It is reasonable to believe that confidence in the integrity of the referendum election results is now in question.
The County is telling voters to keep voting on the tainted AFT transit tax referendum that is still printed at the bottom of the November ballot.
So go on offense.
Take NO Risk ending up with another $600M refund mess like the 2018 illegal AFT tax hike.
Vote NO on the All for Transportation (AFT) sales tax referendum at the bottom of the November ballot.