Jonathan Lockwood, 720-470-8233
DENVER (September 23, 2013) - Amendment 66, the proposed billion-dollar a year tax hike, put forward under the guise of outcome-driven education funding, would be unlikely to pass if the election were to be held today.

A poll conducted by Magellan Strategies September 17 and 18th found 52 percent of respondents, given the specifics of Amendment 66, would vote against the measure compared to a mere 38 percent of respondents who would support the proposed tax hike.

“This survey reconfirms there is no appetite for a statewide tax increase,” said Coloradans for Real Education Reform coalition member and former State Senator Norma Anderson. “In the midst of a fragile recovery, pushing an unfair scheme like Amendment 66 won’t be received well by Coloradans."

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