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Where Would the Massachusetts Senate Candidates Spend Your Tax Dollars?


Dan Barrett
October 31, 2012

As time ticks down for candidates to detail their campaign proposals, NTUF has a simple break down of exactly where Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren would spend you tax dollars. On Friday, NTUF released a comprehensive line-by-line report of the frontrunners' proposed agendas but the table below helps hash out where their priorities lie and where they have yet to detail how they would affect areas of government spending.

Break Down of Proposed Spending by the Two Massachusetts Senatorial Frontrunners
(in millions of dollars)
Proposal Category
Unknown
Economy, Transportation, and Infrastructure
$7,617
Unknown
Education, Science, and Research
$6,909
Unknown
Energy, Agriculture, and the Environment
($1,839)
Unknown
Government Reform
$546
($63,900)
Health Care
Unknown
$405
Homeland Security and Law Enforcement
$675
Unknown
National Security and International Relations
$4
$32
Veterans
Unknown
($63,463)
Total
$13,912
Source: NTUF Massachusetts U.S. Senatorial Candidate Spending Analyses of Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren, BillTally System

 

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