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Video: Rep. Elect Dan Winslow and Sen. Bob Hedlund on the Future of the Massachusetts Republican Party

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Nacewicz calls Republican's attacks “way off target.”

September 14, 2010

PLAINVILLE- Democratic candidate for State Representative Stanley J. Nacewicz has issued a statement to the Ninth Norfolk District rebutting his opponent on the tax issue.

[The statement can be found in the Walpole Times @ http://www.wickedlocal.com/walpole/features/x353266851/Campaign-Trail-Norfolk-County-s-Ninth-House-District-Democrat-Stan-Nacewicz-is-full-of-out-of-the-box-ideas]

Nacewicz, a longtime Plainville resident and the current appointed Chief Tax Assessor for the City of Attleboro, MA is running against Norfolk corporate lawyer Daniel Winslow in the race for State Representative of the Ninth Norfolk District.

“My opponent has labeled my excise tax proposal as a mandated tax increase and it’s completely false. He’s obviously failed to see that 1) the plan is entirely an option for communities, 2) if the communities decide to implement the plan, the direct revenue generated would go directly back to the communities (unlike sales tax which goes back to the Commonwealth) and 3) the current excise tax system as it stands needs to be updated.”

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Dan Winslow Disagrees with Stanley Nacewicz' Call for Tax Hike

[ed_note]We received the following message from Dan Winslow, candidate for 9th Norfolk Representative[/ed_note]

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Democrat Rep Candidate Calls for 50% Increase in Motor Vehicle Excise Tax

State Representative candidate Dan Winslow today issued a statement disagreeing with his opponent’s proposed 50% increase in the motor vehicle excise tax rate.  Democrat Stanley Nacewicz last week proposed that the motor vehicle excise tax rate be increased from 10% to 15% in an interview with the local media, http://www.wickedlocal.com/medfield/news/x2002276961/Nacewicz-says-he-s-full-of-out-of-the-box-ideas.

“Raising taxes during a recession, with 9 % of people out of work, is absolutely the wrong approach to the budget and will hurt people when they can least afford it,” said Winslow.  According to the published reports, Nacewicz said that “nobody’s going to go broke” on his proposed tax increase, but Winslow disagreed.  According to Winslow, “the Beacon Hill crowd already has increased taxes on individuals and businesses and we cannot afford any more tax increases.  Instead, it’s time to get government working more cost-effectively, to cut wasteful state spending, and to give towns the tools and incentives for fiscally prudent management to preserve core local services.”  Winslow has made a series of detailed proposals on his website, www.danwinslow.com, to reduce wasteful state spending and preserve core services without raising taxes.

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Dan Winslow Raises over $42,000 for State Representative Campaign

[ed_note]We received this message from Dan Winslow, candidate for 9th Norfolk State Representative. This is an impressive amount of money for a first time candidate without taking money from lobbyists or PACs.[/ed_note]

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Candidate Enjoys Broad Support Without Accepting PAC or Special Interest Contributions

State Representative candidate Dan Winslow today filed his Pre-Primary campaign report with the Massachusetts Office of Campaign Finance, http://www.efs.cpf.state.ma.us/DisplayReport.aspx?reportId=119296, showing that he has raised more than $42,000 for his effort to earn election in the 9th Norfolk House district.  With the exception of one donation from Scott Brown’s political committee, all of Winslow’s contributors consisted of individual donors and not PACs.  Winslow is the only candidate in the race who refuses to accept contributions from PACs or special interests.  Winslow has more than $20,000 cash on hand as he enters the last two months of the campaign.

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Dan Winslow Endorses Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation's Reforms for Public Pension and Benefits

Rep Candidate Calls for “Real Reform to Avert Fiscal Failure”

[ed_note]We received this message from Dan Winslow, candidate for 9th Norfolk State Representative[/ed_note]

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State Representative candidate Dan Winslow, the former Presiding Justice of the Wrentham District Court, today endorsed the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation’s (MTF) proposed reforms of the state’s public pension and benefit systems. “Massachusetts taxpayers are paying more and more to support public sector employees with compensation, pensions and benefits that most private sector employees do not have and never will be able to afford for themselves and their own families,” Winslow said. “We need to end this imbalance as a matter of fairness as well as a matter of fiscal prudence.”

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Dan Winslow: Mending Roads, Cutting Costs Without Cutting Corners

Winslow Proposes New Idea to Cut Millions of Waste in State Roadway Spending

[ed_note]Dan Winslow has sent us another one of his many innovative legislative proposals[/ed_note]

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South Street in Medfield, posted with a speed limit of 30 mph, has a design in excess of 40 mph

State Representative candidate Dan Winslow today proposed to reform the state transportation standards to eliminate millions of dollars of wasted money on state-funded road construction and instead to stretch tax dollars to allow repaving of local roads and create more construction jobs in Massachusetts communities. Existing state specifications require towns that use state roadway funds to rebuild roads that encourage faster vehicle traffic than posted speed limits. Road construction with faster design speeds, however, is more expensive than simply rebuilding roads to match existing speed limits. Winslow would require roadway design speeds to match posted speed limits, which would save millions of dollars of transportation money each year.

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Dan Winslow Proposes Reforms to Cut Crime and Save Lives

[ed_note]We received the following message from Dan Winslow, a candidate for the 9th Norfolk Representative District[/ed_note]

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Police Officer Safety, Arresting Serial Criminals, and New Ideas for Funding without Increasing Tax Burden Top the List of Proposals

State Representative candidate Dan Winslow today made a series of reform proposals to cut crime and improve police and public safety, without spending more tax dollars. Winslow, who served as the Presiding Justice of the Wrentham District Court, said, “We need new ideas to solve old problems to get Massachusetts working again. These reforms, and others, will improve public safety and police officer safety, reduce crime, and improve our criminal justice system without costing additional tax monies.” Winslow is campaigning on a platform of problem solving in state government and has promised to be innovative and “advance the power of ideas to solve problems” if elected to the Massachusetts House.

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Campaign Video Roundup: Candidates Embrace a More Personal and Informal Style

Candidates are moving beyond party to a new more personal and informal style.

Campaign video has changed a great deal from just a few years ago. Campaign television advertising has always used deep sonorous voices of newscaster types to give the ads a voice of authority as they deliver messages for or against a candidate in the third person.

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Dan Winslow and Robert Fennessy Running for 9th Norfolk Representative

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An interesting race is shaping up in the 9th Norfolk district. Richard Ross, the incumbent in the 9th Norfolk district is running for Senate, and is doing pretty well. There is likely to be an open seat in the 9th Norfolk district.

Two candidates are vying for that seat:

Both are running on a platform of independence and reform – which is good news for the people of the 9th Norfolk District.

Another candidate, Stanley Nacewicz (D), an Attleboro city tax assessor, is considering entering the race.

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