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Largest donors to Issue 13 don’t pay the tax

Those that don't pay, and those that get paid, were the leading donors to Issue 13, which adds a second tax levy to support Sinclair Community College. Leading the way were the two hospital systems who donated over $130,000 to the campaign. These "not-for-profit"...

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Meet Tri-C, which gets by with half the funding of Sinclair

Cuyahoga County has the highest tax burden in the State of Ohio- it also has the largest community college. They are asking for a second levy as well- but, the reality is, with both their levies- Cuyahoga County residents pay HALF of what Montgomery County residents...

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A Quick Math Lesson

Montgomery County residents already pay 3.2 mills to support Sinclair Community College.

Their proposed 1 mill levy would bring the total to 4.2 mills.

If you own a home worth $100,000, you would be paying $147 per year just to Sinclair.

Here’s the problem…

Montgomery County taxpayers already have the second highest tax burden in the state, following only Cuyahoga County.

Warren County is one of the “Fastest Growing Counties” in the country—and has a much lower tax burden.

Net Residential & Agricultural Rate (Source)





A Show of Good Faith

Montgomery County has funded a debt-free Sinclair for decades. From the first tax levy in 1966 to today, they have never been turned down.

To show their appreciation, Sinclair has extended services to Warren,  Preble and Greene Counties—that pay no taxes in exchange.

Sinclair has zero debt and $50 million in the bank, and yet they ask overly-burdened Montgomery County taxpayers to dig in deeper while others freeload.

Sinclair taxes for Preble, Warren & Greene combined

Sinclair has never lost a levy campaign

We all know what kind of child you raise if you never say no to them. It’s time to say no.


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