- Florida gubernatorial candidate says Medicare for all requires corporate tax increase
- Can Florida Afford a 'Governor Andrew Gillum'?
Florida gubernatorial candidate says Medicare for all requires corporate tax increase
The Democratic nominee says he wants to raise the state tax rate from . Does Gillum's plan have a chance of passing the Florida Legislature?.does and
James Madison Institute's just-released analysis of the two main governor candidates' economic platforms could wither a cactus. Most of us realize Ron DeSantis and Andrew Gillum have wildly contrasting economic plans, but I don't think we ever truly understood how much our choice on Nov. As the analysis points out, "every single sector of our economy will either reap the benefits or suffer the consequences of the decisions our elected leaders make. Blow this study off at your own peril. This is JMI's business. It's what they do.
Bernie Sanders-backed candidate Andrew Gillum has won the Democrat nomination for the governorship of Florida. Taxpayers beware: Gillum wants to impose a massive tax increase on Floridians, starting with a corporate tax rate hike of over 40 percent. As reported by the Tampa Bay Times :. The state corporate rates are as follows:. The Republican nominee for governor, Ron DeSantis, has made a firm written commitment to Floridians that he will oppose and veto any tax hike.
Washington CNN Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum acknowledged Sunday that his "Medicare for all" plan would require increasing taxes on corporations in his home state. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum speaks during a candidates forum hosted by the Florida League of Cities, Wednesday, Aug. Gillum said on CNN's "State of the Union" that he would "absolutely not raise taxes on everyday working Floridians" to institute the proposal. Pressed on whether wealthier Floridians would see a tax hike, he said corporations would front the plan.
Disaster for the economy," says an ad by the Republican Governors Association showing Gillum's headshot floating in space. The second ad also attacks Gillum over his support for Medicare for All and abolishing the U. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. He does, though the ad doesn't make clear what taxes Gillum wants to raise, who would pay, and how Florida would spend the additional revenue. Gillum has proposed increasing Florida's corporate tax rate from 5. His opponent, Republican Ron DeSantis, has signed a pledge not to raise taxes.
Can Florida Afford a 'Governor Andrew Gillum'?
He gave the people of Florida lemons, and we have an opportunity to make lemonade., The two men who want to be the next governor of Florida have very different ideas on how the citizens of the state should be taxed. Former U.
Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum Wins Democratic Nomination For Florida Governor - TIME