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State House District 110

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    Kody Czerwonka
    (Ind)

  • Chris Miller
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

How would you address Illinois' revenue shortfall, especially in light of COVID-19, including plans to raise more revenue and how to prioritize spending?

Do you support the Fair Tax (graduated rate income tax) amendment?

What measures will you support for equitable redistricting?

What is your position on vote by mail and would you support a universal vote by mail for Illinois?

A big step that Illinois can do to address Illinois' revenue shortfall is to pass the graduated state income tax amendment. This will only raise taxes on the top 3% of Illinoisans but is projected to generate $3.4 billion in additional revenue, while at the same time, providing a much needed tax break for those making under $100,000 a year. We can also save money by taking a hard look at pension reform. I believe spending should be prioritized to address infrastructure, including broadband access, education, and climate change.
I do support the Fair Tax amendment. Like I mentioned on the previous question, this will generate $3.4 billion in additional revenue. Not only that, I do not believe it is moral or right to assign the same tax rate on a millionaire's one millionth dollar as a teacher, nurse, or small business owner's forty thousandth dollar. It is time Illinois joins a majority of other states and starts taxing different income levels at different tax rates. This is a win for the middle and working class.
Unfortunately, incumbents often times rig the system to benefit themselves and their party. Because of this, I support an independent commission to redistrict the state. This should be done by a nonpartisan third party.
I support voting by mail and would support a universal, though not mandatory, vote by mail for Illinois. I do worry about the Post Office not being able to keep up with the demand if sending and receiving mail-in ballots, but I have no doubt that if equipped with the resources, they will find a way to do it safely.
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