According to PA Democratic Party some people haven't paid all of theirs.
Hackett AND Meuser HAVE Unpaid Taxes
After spending over $1.1 million on campaign advertisements, Hackett and Meuser's have unpaid tax liens
HARRISBURG : Republican Congressional hopefuls Chris Hackett and Dan Mueser claiming to be fiscal conservatives and cut taxes, each have outstanding taxes owed to the taxpayers, according to public records.
Meuser's company, Pride Mobiliy, owes $1,409 in tax liens, while Hackett's company OneSource staffing (formerly Workforce Solutions) owes $16,915 in tax liens in Luzerne County .
"It is outrageous that these two are dumping their personal fortunes into their own campaigns, while refusing to pay their company taxes," said T.J. Rooney, chairman of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party. "It is downright hypocritical to argue for fewer taxes while dodging your own tax bill.
Hackett, President of OneSource staffing, also swears in an enclosed affidavit to be the President of Workforce Solutions. According to documents at the Luzerne County Prothonotary in Wilkes-Barre , two tax liens appeared for Workforce Solutions, one from the federal government totaling $7,946.40 and one from the state for $16,915.
Dan Meuser, President of Pride Mobility, has unpaid tax liens throughout the country totaling $1,409. Attached is the document retrieved via a Lexis-Nexis Search documenting the Pride Mobility Liens in Louisiana and Ohio . The tax liens can be retrieved with a Lexis-Nexis search, entering "Pride Mobility" and "Tax Liens" into the search engine entitled "Combined Judgment and Liens.
"The Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice reported that both Dan Meuser and Chris Hackett have spent over $1.1 million of primarily their own money on campaign advertisements since January 2008 (Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice, 4/12).
"The people of Pennsylvania deserve a responsible taxpayer, not someone who skips on paying his taxes to run expensive advertisements promoting his campaign. Dan Meuser and Chris Hackett are hypocrites, they should not be passing the buck to the taxpayers," Rooney said.
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