Bosse Acknowledged for taking Pledge; Clegg calls it "publicity stunt"
(Hillsboro) Republican Grant Bosse has received praise from Americans for Tax Reform for taking the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. The organization has applauded Bosse for his commitment "to oppose and vote against any and all efforts to increase taxes . Bosse signed the pledge on April 15th, Tax Day. When asked if he would sign the Pledge, Bob Clegg refused, calling it a "publicity stunt".
"Bob Clegg is courting the votes of conservative Republicans, but has defended earmarks and thinks the Pledge is a publicity stunt," said Bosse. "I'm earning the vote of taxpayers by making firm commitments to fight taxes, and fight spending."
Bosse is the only candidate to take both the Taxpayer Protection Pledge and No Earmarks Pledge, and is the only candidate to provide specific examples of where he will cut federal spending. Bosse's ground-breaking "50 Days, 50 Ways to Cut Federal Spending" initiative has proposed more than $27 billion in specific taxpayer savings. To date, Clegg has proposed $0 in taxpayer savings.
"I want to thank Americans for Tax Reform for recognizing my firm commitment to fighting taxes," Bosse continued. "The New Hampshire tradition of pledging to fight tax increases is not a publicity stunt."
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