What Are Your Gubernatorial Candidates Saying About Tax Reform?

What would a political campaign be without promises of tax cuts and reforms?
Virginia’s closely watched race for governor is no exception, with all three candidates promising changes to the state’s tax code.
Republican Ed Gillespie is promising an across-the-board cut on income taxes, Democrat Ralph Northam vows to cut on grocery sales taxes for the poor, and Libertarian Cliff Hyra wants to ban some local business taxes.
But voter beware: Promising tax cuts is a lot easier than enacting them once elected. Competing special interests and political concerns have hampered past efforts, and past governors have not always kept their campaign promises on taxes once in office.