1. Julie Rogers for State Representative 2008

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    This ad was produced to introduced Julie Rogers to the voters of the 61st Michigan House District during the 2008 election cycle.

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    • Candidate for State Representative: Mary-dith Tuitt

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      Mary-dith Tuitt talks about her candidacy for State Representative in the 12th Suffolk District. Interview on BNN News. Aired July 26, 2013.

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      • Candidate for State Representative: Stephanie Everett

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        Stephanie Everett, Democratic candidate for State Representative in the 12th Suffolk District, talks about her candidacy in the upcoming special election, with a primary on August 13. Interview for BNN News. Aired July 12, 2013.

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        • Live with Lori Season 2 Episode 5-- Bryan Nelson

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          Watch as Lori Halbert and Florida State Representative Bryan Nelson make fish tacos and discuss state politics.

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          • Chuck Sims for State Representative, Georgia

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            Election campaign video for Chuck Sims of Georgia. Editing and Graphics by Dopp Kit Media (www.doppkitmedia.com).

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            • Re-Elect Stan Cox for State Representative 2012

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              Re-Elect Stan Cox for State Representative 2012, District 52

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              • Carol Sente for State Representative

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                • A Brighter Future

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                  • Question 5: "Should we have a levy swap?" (Ross Hunter)

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                    On average, 22% of a local school district's operating revenues come from levy and non-levy sources. A few districts, like Seattle and Mercer Island, are able to raise almost 27% due to a special "grandfather" exception to the state cap on local levies that applies to the majority of other school districts. Many education leaders believe local levies are too high and that the state needs to pay more as a percentage of total education spending. State Representative Ross Hunter (D-Medina) is proposing a revenue-neutral approach to increase the state’s share of public education funding.

 Called a levy swap, this proposal would increase state property taxes while local school districts would reduce their local property taxes based on the amount they receive from the state. 5. In general, do you support the idea of a levy swap as a revenue-neutral way to increase the state’s contribution to total education funding? Tell us your answer at http://communityforumsnetwork.org

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                    • Question 4: "Should education be funded first, before all other spending?" (Glenn Anderson)

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                      The following question was submitted by State Representative Glenn Anderson (R-Fall City), Ranking Minority Member of the House Education Committee. 4. Should the State Legislature fund a dedicated K-12 education budget first before budgeting for any other spending? Tell us your answer at http://communityforumsnetwork.org

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