At next month’s election, voters in the seat of South West Coast will have a
chance to judge James Purcell on his record of supporting new taxes on Victorians.
James Purcell’s voting record speaks for itself.
Thanks to James Purcell voting with Labor and the Greens to increase taxes on
electricity generators in the Latrobe Valley; the price of electricity has risen by $300 and the price of gas by $500.
This Labor/Green/Purcell tax grab has now placed the future of Alcoa’s Portland
smelter in jeopardy.
Over the past four years he has been the deciding vote for many of Daniel Andrews’
new taxes. These new taxes have meant higher energy costs, higher car prices and higher land taxes.
Before the last election, Daniel Andrews promised he wouldn’t increase or introduce
any new taxes. Since then he has broken that promise 12 times.
Victorians are already doing it tough with cost of living pressures so the last thing we
need is even more Labor taxes to pay for Daniel Andrews’ $80 billion Melbourne Rail Link.
In this election, a vote for James Purcell is a vote for Daniel Andrews and Labor.