Concord, NH - Today, the NHGOP released a new digital ad highlighting New Hampshire Democrat's tax-hiking, unbalanced budget. The ad, titled "A True NH Budget," will be carried on digital platforms to reach New Hampshire voters.
NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding the ad:
“New Hampshire Democrats proposed a budget that raised taxes, included bloated spending, and contained a massive structural deficit of over $100 million. Democrats are fighting for a budget that destroys the New Hampshire Advantage while Governor Chris Sununu continues to fight for the Granite State. Today's ad will let the people of New Hampshire know just how flawed the Democrat budget proposal was, and how Governor Chris Sununu and Republican legislators are fighting to deliver a budget that lives within New Hampshire's means."
The New Hampshire Legislature just passed a fiscally irresponsible budget.
Overpromising critical funding
And potentially leaving taxpayers on the hook with a nearly 100 million dollar deficit
We can’t afford to let this happen
Governor Chris Sununu is fighting for a SOUND budget that doesn’t raise taxes.
A true New Hampshire budget – one that delivers for Granite Staters.
Responsible – Balanced – NO new taxes.
Stand with Governor Sununu in the fight to save our New Hampshire advantage.
Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding Joyce Craig filing for re-election in Manchester:
“Mayor Joyce Craig has been a failure for Manchester. Under her watch, the Queen City has taken a dangerous turn - homelessness has become an increasing problem throughout Manchester, her administration has been neglectful in combatting the substance abuse crisis, and her so-called solutions to problems rely on breaking the tax and spending caps that Manchester voters enacted. In recent months, she has spent more time courting out-of-state Presidential candidates than doing her job as mayor, and I expect the voters of Manchester will make their disapproval known in the months ahead.”
Concord, NH - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement regarding second quarter tax filings made by New Hampshire Employers:
“Today is a good day for New Hampshire employers - thanks to Governor Sununu protecting the New Hampshire economy when he vetoed the disastrous Democrat budget. Granite State employers submitting their quarterly tax payments are filing with the reduced rates - not the rates that Democrats like Dan Feltes wanted to raise them to. This means more money in the pockets of New Hampshire’s employers, who will then take those tax savings and invest into their businesses, their employees’ salaries, and the New Hampshire economy. If Democrats had their way, our economy would be at a loss today - thanks to Governor Sununu’s strong leadership, New Hampshire is better off and the New Hampshire Advantage is protected.”