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While not exactly discussing the video and the the allegation of "suitcases of ballots", the topic of "secret counting" at the State Farm Arena was actually discussed by election officials with the media before this hearing: State Election Board member fact-checks fraud claims, including 'secret counting' in Fulton [...] Taking a roughly ...


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Is it economically viable to replace property taxes and consumption taxes with local income taxes? Usually, but not necessary always. Many local governments impose income taxes. New York City is one well known example. The marginal compliance cost of a local income tax in a place that has a higher level of government that also imposes an income tax is very ...


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This is a fairly huge question, but the short answer is yes. Income taxes, whether local or national could be used to replace consumption and property taxes. In the abstract this is a trivially simple proposition, you simply look at the income from the current mix of tax sources and then move the sliders on the income taxes to replace incomes from ...


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Data is easily available at the county level in most states, the New England town level in some New England states, the Parish level in Louisiana, the Ward level in D.C., and the State House district in Alaska. Media outlets and state election administrators (usually but not always a state's Secretary of State) have this information available online and some ...


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