New Allen Alley TV ad

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  • Richard

    There is no question who is the better Republican candidate.

    Allen Alley proved it with this.

    http://www.allenalley.com/news.html
    Alley calls for halt to Milwaukie Light Rail

    The State will be diverting nearly $400 million from our Lottery revenue stream to pay off the State’s share of funding if not stopped. With all of those millions needed for much higher priorities
    replacement revenue will have to be extracted from Oregon businesses and taxpayers.

    The local funding shares do the same thing. Some $150 million will be drained from basic services to retire the local Urban Renewal debt created by this boondoggle.
    And again, replacement revenue will need to be colleted with new and higher fees and taxes.

    How can anyone justify this project as the highest priority for any of this revenue?

    TriMet itself is deep in red ink and cannot afford their share.
    Metro is adding $140 million from their general fund.

    With Oregon’s deep recession and people losing their jobs, homes and businesses, public officials should be applying the highest level of prudence in spending limited resources.

    Instead, this Milwaukie Light Rail project is the ultimate irresponsible act by politicians who have completely abandoned their fiduciary responsibilities.

    Allen Alley appears to be the only sitting politician or candidate who took the time to study how harmful this project is.

    That’s a clear sign of the genuine LEADER Oregon despearatley needs.

  • Xrumer

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