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Monroe, Pike County, PA November 2, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter Rosemary M. Brown

Candidate for
State Representative; District 189

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: Former Businesswoman/Community Volunteer/Wife/Mother
  • University of Scranton, B.A. Communication
  • 35 Year Monroe County resident
  • Executive Business Manager experience increasing business, budgeting, communicating and leading
  • Professional woman, wife and mother of three
Top Priorities if Elected
  • Property Tax Relief for Monroe & Pike Counties
  • Fiscal Discipline in State Government / Oppose Tax Increases
  • Support Job Creators and Small Business
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Key Endorsements
  • Monroe County Republican Party
  • Pike County Republican Party
Position Papers
Dealing with Property Taxes Once and For All
As a 35 year resident, and a homeowner, I know that soaring property taxes are forcing too many residents to have to make difficult decisions or sell their homes. I also know that the politicians in Harrisburg promised property tax relief, but continue to let us down. This is my plan to do something about it.
Cut Government Spending
Whether during my time as an accomplished businesswoman or today in my own home, I do what we do in the real world when times are tough: I make smart decisions that cut spending in a budget. In Harrisburg, I will do the same-and finally bring some sanity to the budget process.
More Jobs and a Stronger Economy
I know nothing is more important to our families than being able to secure good-paying jobs. That's why I will make economic growth and job creation a top priority in Harrisburg-and use my experience as a businesswoman to make sure it happens.
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