At a meeting of the four gubernatorial candidates, Bob McDonnell promised that he would not raise taxes on Virginians if elected:
Two of three Democrats likely to vie for governor next year on Tuesday declined to rule out increasing taxes if the state’s economic problems deepen.
McDonnell also rejected taxes, saying lawmakers should cut spending. “The worst thing you can do during a recession is try to tax yourself to prosperity,” he said.
Exactly. The last thing Virginians need is a third tax-raising governor in a row.
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