We need to stop cutting taxes for the ultra wealthy and start investing in efforts that will help more Arizonans be successful.
We need to close the loopholes and special deals for corporations that are scattered throughout our state tax code, which are causing the state to lose out on money it desperately needs to fund critical programs.
Too often, tax proposals become confusing, down in the weeds, partisan wish lists. And that means Arizonans throw up their hands and tune out. My tax plan as Governor is a simple one: Increase our revenue sources by closing loopholes, have a fair state tax code that doesn’t squeeze the middle class or rely heavily on individual taxes to fund our state. I’ll do this by working with both Republicans and Democrats in the legislature to ensure we have a tax policy that works not just for eight years but for decades.