Concord, NH — Molly Kelly’s not just increasing taxes and introducing new fees - she’s cutting tax credits too. In 2007, Molly Kelly voted to end the communication services tax credit for basic telephone service.
Following Molly Kelly’s vote to repeal the tax credit, Granite Staters were forced to pay well over six million dollars in additional taxes.
“2007 was a banner year for Molly Kelly’s efforts to create a tax-and-spend economy for New Hampshire,” said GOP Chairman Wayne MacDonald. “In just one legislative session Molly Kelly was able to enact 8 new taxes, raise 19 taxes and fees, and end two tax credits. Every Granite Stater felt their wallets tighten because of Molly Kelly’s fiscal irresponsibility. Imagine the taxes and fees she would force upon Granite Staters should she hold the corner office.”
Concord, NH — Molly Kelly is not above taxing charity. In fact, Molly Kelly is willing to take money right out of the donation jar. In 2007, Molly Kelly voted in favor of creating a new assessment on charity gambling.
“It’s unconscionable to think that Molly Kelly touts herself as a candidate who will put all Granite Staters first, but yet has simultaneously dipped into their pockets and taken money intended for the most vulnerable among us,” said GOP Chairman Wayne MacDonald. “Time and time again Molly Kelly’s legislative record has shown that she does not stand with Granite Staters, but is only concerned with funding big government programs.”
Concord, NH – NHGOP Chairman Wayne MacDonald released the following statement regarding Jenn Alford-Teaster's campaign activity in front of the Town of Hillsborough War Memorial:
"Jenn Alford-Teaster owes veterans and Granite Staters an apology. To pose with such glee and celebration with a campaign sign in front of the town of Hillsborough’s War Memorial, she is minimizing and disrespecting our dead war heroes. We must be solemn, not celebratory, when honoring those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in securing our nation’s freedom.”