Romney says those who pass the high-stakes test at a certain rate get free tuition at state institutions, it’s really almost nothing.It’s the fees that are the killer. -Trudy, Westfield
My annual property taxes were $4400 per year before Romney took office and $6400 after he left office.
I am a retired school teacher who resides in Winthrop, MA. Governor Romney slashed state aid to the cities and towns leaving them with two options: Lay off municipal workers or raise local taxes. During his 4 years as governor, less affluent towns were forced to lay off police, firemen, teachers, and other municipal workers to make up the
Mitt always likes to mention how he didn’t raise taxes in Massachussets. What he did do was raise fees in the state. He raised the recording fees for documents related to land. So to record a discharge of a mortgage you paid off it would cost over 3 times as much. To record a trust,
I took a giant leap of faith and voted for Mitt. His record as a jobs creator in the state speaks for itself. In the third debate he tried to take credit for Massachusetts’ excellent public school ranking, when in fact it was his predecessor who enacted the policy that created the improvements. As was
Romney was a carpetbagger taking advantage of a weak Democratic candidate to shove his way into office. He had no interest in running the state and spent most of his time out of state complaining about how mean we all were. Even members of his own party couldn’t work with him. It’s not because he