Tom Wolf supports raising the state income tax on the middle class -- he also supported hiking the sales tax, and one of the largest tax increases in American history.
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Analysis: Wolf’s “Fresh Start” Plan Requires Huge Tax Increases

From the Commonwealth Foundation: Wolf’s $4.6 Billion in New Education Spending Would Require Doubling State Income Tax Analysis Reveals PA Families Face a Potential 121% Increase in Personal Income Taxes A new analysis of gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf’s “Fresh Start” plan reveals that Wolf’s spending and tax proposals—$4.6 billion in new spending on education alone—would result in a potential 121% increase to the state income tax rate, bringing it to a whopping 6.8 percent. That’s almost an additional $600 for the average Philadelphia school teacher and $1,690 for a two income family of $50,000 each. “Promising funding increases is a good way to get voters’ attention,” said former high school teacher Matthew J. Brouillette, president and CEO of the Commonwealth…
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From the Philadelphia Inquirer: In the last debate of the gubernatorial campaign Wednesday and a meeting with the Inquirer Editorial Board Thursday, Democratic nominee Tom Wolf reiterated his refusal to detail his plans for the state income tax. Indeed, Wolf's studied vagueness on the subject has become familiar enough to be routine. But that shouldn't make it any less troubling. The York County businessman has proposed making the state's constitutionally mandated flat tax progressive by exempting an unspecified amount of income and raising the rate. He says he would hold total revenues neutral and that the dividing line between those paying more and those paying less would be in the range of $70,000 to $90,000 in individual income. But Wolf…
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