Governor-elect Wes Moore spoke to C4 and Bryan Nehman Tuesday morning and said Marylanders don’t have to worry about him raising taxes once he’s in office. Moore says he plans to move forward with being fiscally smart in Maryland, which does not include raising taxes. “I don’t think that’s necessary,” Moore said about raising taxes. He said Maryland needs to invest in things like transportation infrastructure and schools and focus on business growth in Maryland to become more competitive and equitable. Moore said the state already has money from the private sector and federal dollars earmarked to achieve those goals.
Wes Moore does not plan on raising taxes, calls it ‘unnecessary’
November 23, 2022