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Put The Future First.
You understand just how important education is to the economic vitality
and quality of life in North Carolina.
And you know the important role independent colleges and universities
play in our system of higher education.
On November 4, help St. Andrews
build a brighter ftiture.
Vote FOR Constitutional Amendment ^1.
The amendment will alUnv North Carolina’s
nonprofit independent colleges and universities
to use tax-exempt financing to build and renovate
facilities - like libraries, research centers,
classnwms, health centers. This kind of financing
means lower interest rates, which will help these
colleges keep their costs lower and ensure they will
be here for future generations - for North Carolina.
All funds raised through tax-exempt financing
will be repaid by the colleges themselves. As a
safeguard, the State Treasurer will permit this
financing only for colleges that fully back it up.
The state - and North Carolina taxpayers - will
never pay a cent.
VOTE FOR AMENDMENT #1
For the Future - For North Carolina
Authorized by NC Friends of Higher Education.
Honorary Chairpersons: Hon. Harlan Boyles, Sen. Jim
Hon. Harvey Gantt, Mrs. Margaret Harper, IJ. Gov. Bob Jordan.
Gov. Jim Martin, Hon. Liston Ramsey. Hon. Terry Sanford.
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