NHGOP PRESS

Another Income Tax Veto

For Immediate Release:
July 10, 2020
CONTACT:
Joe Sweeney
603-225-9341
Joe@nhgop.org

CONCORD - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement after Governor Chris Sununu vetoed yet another Democrat Income Tax:

"HB712 is an income tax plain and simple and I applaud Governor Chris Sununu for vetoing yet another income tax endorsed by Dan Feltes and passed by New Hampshire Democrats. Governor Sununu and New Hampshire Republicans have always worked hard to protect the New Hampshire Advantage from the Democrat Income Tax and voters in November will re-elect him and send him a new legislative majority."


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Where Does Dan Stand?

For Immediate Release:
June 24, 2020
CONTACT:
Joe Sweeney
603-225-9341
Joe@nhgop.org

CONCORD - NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement demanding an answer of Dan Feltes regarding Andru Volinsky's racism:

“Dan Feltes owes the people of New Hampshire an answer. Does he stand with Andru Volinsky who obstructed Eddie Edwards for over 100 days, or does he stand with community activists in Manchester’s Black Lives Matter organization who called Volinsky out for racism?”

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BACKGROUND:

Manchester Black Lives Matter calling out Andru Volinsky for his racism:

Dan Feltes calling Ryan Terrell unqualified earlier this month. Ryan Terrell was rejected by Democrat Executive Councilors led by Andru Volinsky, who used racist language such as "tokenism" during the confirmation vote:

Pelosi's Comments Should Be Condemned.

For Immediate Release:
June 24, 2020
CONTACT:
Joe Sweeney
603-225-9341
Joe@nhgop.org

CONCORD - Yesterday in a radio interview House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made the outrageous claim that Senate Republicans were "trying to get away with murder, actually -- the murder of George Floyd." NHGOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek released the following statement demanding New Hampshire’s Federal Delegation condemn these absurd and disgusting comments:

“Senate Republicans are pursuing sensible legislation being crafted by U.S. Senator Tim Scott (R-South Carolina), yet Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi decided to disgustingly label these efforts at policing reform as akin to the terrible murder of George Floyd. There’s no place in our politics for this despicable and degrading commentary, and I am calling on Jeanne Shaheen, Maggie Hassan, Ann Kuster, and Chris Pappas to immediately condemn Pelosi’s comments. Unfortunately, we know that the members of our Federal Delegation would rather hide from Pelosi than condemn her outrageous comments."

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