Thursday, December 24, 2015

Looking for your feedback - By Rep. Patrick Corey

I  would like to take this opportunity to thank the residents of House District 25 for the privilege of serving as your state representative in the 127th Maine State Legislature. As your voice at the capitol, I can assure you that I’ve been working thoughtfully on your behalf.

As you are well aware, the legislature is currently divided between the two political parties. Democrats control the House of Representatives while Republicans control the senate. Accomplishing anything requires the ability to work together, which is really what our constituents should expect of us.

We’re heading back into session soon and I will continue to focus on welfare reform, tax relief, supporting working families and middle-class Mainers, and bettering K-12, as well as higher education.
In an effort to best represent you, I’d like to hear about your feelings on a variety of issues and concerns. A great way to do this is by taking a moment to fill out the included survey and mailing it back to me. I will also be including this survey in my legislative newsletter.

Your participation will help guide me in the coming session, adding value to every moment I spend in Augusta fighting for you.

Thank you in advance for letting me know your thoughts and have a safe and happy holiday season. 

Your thoughts matter!

How do you feel about the taxes you pay?
Property Tax
Too Low   Kind of Low   Just Right   Kind of High   Too High
Income Tax
Too Low   Kind of Low   Just Right   Kind of High   Too High
Sales Tax
Too Low   Kind of Low   Just Right   Kind of High   Too High
Food and Lodging Tax
Too Low   Kind of Low   Just Right   Kind of High   Too High

Are you getting from State government what you pay for?
q I’m dissatisfied. q I’m satisfied.  q I get more than I expect.

Top three priorities State government should address?
Road Maintenance   Jobs & Economy       Reduce State Spending
Energy Costs         Tax Reform               Natural Resources
Drug Addiction      Affordable Healthcare   Government Efficiency
K-12 Education     Welfare Reform         Higher Education Costs
Other (Please explain.)                                                                         

What rights are most threatened by State government?
Firearms Property  Parental Privacy  Religous
Other (Please explain.)                                                                         

What challenges do you face living in Maine?
Taxes    q Winter  q Income  q Job Opportunities
Other (Please explain.)                                                                         

What are the biggest benefits you find living in Maine?
Outdoor Heritage q Low Crime Rate  q Scenic Beauty q Culture
Other (Please explain.)                                                                         

The most important issue facing Windham is:                                           

Additional comments:                                                                           

Contact information:
Please return to: Rep. Patrick Corey
353 River Road

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