From Action New Orleans <[email protected]>
Subject City Councilmembers Support Millages
Date November 27, 2020 5:31 PM
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Vote YES on Saturday 11/28 or 12/5

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Dear Friend,
Leaders on our New Orleans City Council are overwhelmingly supporting the three millages on the December 5th ballot. Hear from them why it is so important to get out and vote YES!

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YES "The millages on the December 5th ballot offer New Orleans the best of both worlds: we can reallocate existing revenue to address the problems that we urgently need to solve without raising taxes. That's why I'm supporting all three millages on the ballot this December."

- Jay H Banks ([link removed])
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YES "As a City Councilmember, I know how important it is to get the people of New Orleans the services they need now without a tax increase. That's why I am voting yes on all three millages this December." -

- Joe Giarrusso ([link removed])

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YES "This December let's say yes to local progress, children's success, and housing and income security. Join me in voting yes on all three propositions on the December ballot."

- Helena Moreno ([link removed])

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YES "Our city has had a tough year. We shouldn't increase taxes at a time like this. Thankfully, the millage proposals on the December ballot advance local progress, children's success, and housing and income security without raising taxes. This is a great opportunity to move New Orleans forward."

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YES "The millage vote is an important opportunity for citizens to show their support for the new initiatives in areas like housing and early childhood education. These long-term investments are critical to ensuring New Orleans continues to move forward."

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Tomorrow is the final day of early voting before next Saturday's important election. Click here for information on early voting ([link removed]) (open tomorrow, November 28th from 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.). Election Day is December 5th, click here for your sample ballot and polling location ([link removed]) .

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These reallocations of existing revenue will address the problems that we urgently need to solve WITHOUT raising taxes. Knowledge is power, forward this email today and help us spread the word about this important election.
-Action New Orleans
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