York Daily Record- Most York County likely voters wary of 'rising property taxes,' poll finds

by Brock McCleary | October 22, 2015
A majority of likely voters in York County residents say the "biggest threat" to their quality of life is rising property taxes, according to a Harper Polling survey released Thursday.

A majority of likely voters in York County residents say the "biggest threat" to their quality of life is rising property taxes, according to a Harper Polling survey released Thursday.

Other answers to that question didn't come close to rising property taxes, named by 50 percent of respondents. The next biggest threat was underfunded schools, at 13 percent.
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Respondents were asked their first choice for county commissioner. Twenty-seven percent said their first choice was incumbent Chris Reilly; 25 percent chose Susan Byrnes; and 20 percent chose incumbent Doug Hoke. Incumbent Steve Chronister, who is running as an Independent, was next at 14 percent.
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