Tom Grossmann is a true Republican with a PROVEN RECORD of CONSERVATIVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS.
THE WARREN COUNTY, OHIO COMMISSIONERS ENACTED THE LARGEST TAX HOLIDAY IN STATE HISTORY WITH REAL ESTATE TAX SAVINGS TO COUNTY RESIDENTS OF ALMOST $47 MILLION THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN PAYABLE IN 2022.
EXCELLENT LEADERSHIP DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
During the pandemic in 2020 with Tom Grossmann's leadership, $2,605,256 went to public schools and $452,584 went to private schools for COVID-19 related expenditures. $1,045,123.22 in CARES Act dollars were granted to assist small businesses, non-profits and childcare centers facing the financial impacts of COVID-19. Renters and landlords were distributed a total of $2,647,643 through an emergency rental assistance program.
Cut Real Estate Taxes
Commissioner Tom Grossmann CUT REAL ESTATE TAXES each year since 2017 and enacted a "Property Tax Holiday" saving taxpayers almost $47 million in 2022.
Commissioner Tom Grossmann CONTROLLED SPENDING giving Warren County a 2021 year-end cash balance of $56.9 million PLUS a $12 million reserve.
Commissioner Tom Grossmann completed the LARGEST CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT in Warren County history. The new county jail and sheriff's office came in at $53M which was $5M under the $58M budget.
Keep Taxes, Spending and Debt Low
Commissioner Tom Grossmann believes spending should always be done with a purposeful public benefit. Taxation and debt should be as low as possible, putting more money back in the pockets of the families that earn it. Warren County's General Fund debt is currently less than $1M which will be paid off in full in 2022.
Promote Infrastructure and Business Development
Commissioner Tom Grossmann helped bring in and retain dozens of major companies and thousands of new jobs in Warren County. Tom knows businesses are attracted to excellent infrastructure, low taxes and pro-business fiscal policies.
Provide Excellent Public Service and Amenities
Tom Grossmann as a Commissioner and former Mayor and Councilmember of Mason supported an increase in 100s of acres of open spaces and trees. This includes new and improved parks, playing fields and miles of bike paths throughout Warren County and the City of Mason.
I am proud to endorse my husband for Warren County Commissioner. Everyday I see how Tom’s faith fuels his dedication to our family and to his life’s work of serving others in the private sector and in public service.
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I have been honored to serve my SECOND TERM on the Warren County Commission. I appreciate your vote so that I can continue to manage the county and maintain its excellent financial position with low taxes, great service and wonderful amenities.
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