Ehrlich says he'll cut sales tax if elected

May 30, 2010

FREDERICK — Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich is pledging to cut Maryland's sales tax if elected.

Ehrlich, who is running for his former office, made the pledge in Frederick on Friday during a tour of small businesses.

The Republican says he believes 2010 is going to be a message year, and the message from small businesses to Democratic leaders is "enough."

Ehrlich also said he would cut the state's corporate income tax, which he said is sending corporations and jobs to other states.

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