Gas-Tax Repeal Threatens Democratic Power In The Golden State

Proposition 6, the popular gas-tax repeal (you know, the one you should be voting YES on), is gaining momentum in California.

So much so, that Gov. Jerry Brown has even promised to spend $25 million to try and stop Prop 6...

Check out the Congressional Leadership Fund's ad that was just released concerning Democrat Katie Hill:

But the original, $52 billion transportation deal was supposed to pay for road improvements by raising the tax on gas by 12 cents, and the diesel tax by 20 cents.

Oh, and don't forget the increase on vehicle registration fees.

Democrats say the 10-year project is needed to fix our roads in California.

But the reality, according to

"There are two simple reasons why we should repeal the gas and car tax hikes: it costs you a lot more than you think – the tax hike will cost the typical family of four $779.28 more per year in taxes. And it won’t fix our roads – this is a blank check tax hike that has already been diverted away from road repairs."

Read more on Prop 6 and why you should vote YES, here.

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