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Mayor Pulido endorsed by key O.C. taxpayer and business associations

Published on October 4, 2012 by in Endorsements

Santa Ana Mayor Miguel Pulido has been endorsed this week by the Orange County Taxpayers Association.  This comes on the heels of his endorsement by the Orange County Business Council.

The Orange County Taxpayers Association (OCTax) is THE taxpayers’ advocate on many public policy issues in Orange County, such as:

• Property and development rights;

• Taxes and regulations;

• School bonds;

• Public employee pensions and other benefits;

• Fee-supported services (e.g. water, toll roads) vs. tax-supported governmental services;

• Statewide tax equity for Orange County;

• Transportation (Measure M, the Toll Roads); and

• Federal, state, and local legislation that affects Orange County.

OCTax supports tax-supported programs that are fair, understandable, cost-effective, and good for the economy; we oppose those that are not. Members receive analyses of tax and spending proposals, meet regularly with governmental leaders, and have a clear voice in public policy issues. Orange County Taxpayers Association’s positions on ballot initiatives are powerful persuaders of voters.

About the Orange County Business Council

Orange County Business Council (OCBC) is the leading voice of business on important issues locally, regionally and nationally. The organization works to enhance Orange County’s economic development and prosperity to preserve a high quality of life.

For more than 100 years, OCBC and its predecessor organizations have promoted economic development countywide and served as the voice of business in America’s sixth largest county.

Orange County is one of the most desirable places in the nation to live, work, raise families and enjoy an excellent quality of life. Orange County Business Council serves pro-business interests so that the region’s vibrant economy will continue to expand, bringing the benefits of prosperity to every corner of the county.

Click here to view OCBC’s 2012 Annual Report, Getting Results: A Progress Report

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