-Freeze property taxes at current levels, only allowing increases by voter approval.

-Provide additional property tax relief for those on low income and elderly on a fixed income. (Doubling the current "circuit-program," costing an additional $1 million.)

-Prohibit state spending from growing faster than population and inflation rates. (Already in state law but never implemented.)

-Fight to protect the 11.5 percent cut in the state income tax rate adopted by the Legislature last summer.

-Limit state bonding, thus preventing future tax hikes. (Bangerter would continue with his $50-million-a-year bonding plan but wouldn't bond for more as Democrat Ted Wilson favors.)

-Work to further reduce state taxes during his next four years in office.