I’ve noticed that on my social media feeds a lot of people are deeply upset that Donald Trump was elected President. Well, technically, he hasn’t been elected yet. The Electoral College will meet on Monday, December 12th, 2016 in their respective state capitals to cast their votes, but it’s highly unlikely anyone will be a faithless elector.
The City of Dayton is asking is residents and workers for another 0.25% of their income this November. Currently the rate is 2.25% - one of the highest in Ohio - so, if the tax is passed, the rate would climb to 2.5%.
One of Trump’s most (in)famous campaign promises is the several hundred mile long wall along the Mexican-American border. The oddest thing about this is how he intends to pay for it - from Mexico’s pocketbook. How the heck would anyone in their right mind think Mexico would pay for the wall? Even Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said it’s not going to happen.
In a previous post I linked to all the various internet sites about the candidates I could find. In this post I am going to list the claims made by the political postcards I’ve received in the mail. Especially since the election is tomorrow, I’m probably not going to verify these claims, at least not here.
This is just some general information and links about the issues in Ohio, or, more specifically, the issues I’ll get to vote on, this November. I’m going to just put information here, and not say what should the vote be. The links I put might, however.
An updated table from the previous post plus two more scenerios.
Just a table on what the effect of increasing a wage would be. It is assuming that it takes one hour to make one loaf of bread.