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May 31, 1996 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-31

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that was just the primary; they
think the election is over. Mr.
Bullard thinks so too. But this
is actually going to be a race.
He didn't get enough (votes),
and I got more than I expect-
ed."
Rep. Bullard anticipates
coasting through next week's
general election and is waging
"a less intense campaign."
The representative, whom
some describe as a textbook Re-
publican, characterizes himself
as conservative and business
oriented. As chair of the House
Tax Policy Committee, Rep.
Bullard boasts about his role in
the passage of several tax cuts,
including the 2 percent Headlee
income-tax refund and in-
creases in the personal exemp-
tion and senior-citizen interest
and dividend deduction.
Mr. Brickner, an attorney
and a member of the Farming-
ton Hills City Planning Com-
mission, likens his political
views to Farmington Hills De-
mocrat Vicki Barnett. In 1994,
Ms. Barnett waged a bitter but
losing battle against Sen.
Honigman. A year later she
successfully won a seat on the
Farmington Hills City Council.
`The biggest issue is the fight
between state and local munic-
ipalities," Mr. Brickner said.
"The state government is ig-
noring local municipalities,
schools and city government.
My goal is to return as much
money as I can to the 15th Dis-

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state coffers than any other
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I want my money back."
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