Concord, NH – Joined by friends and supporters, David Boutin officially filed his candidacy papers today for the State Senate District 16 seat. He also signed the Coalition of NH Taxpayers’ “Taxpayer Pledge” which states that “if elected to any statewide office, I will oppose all efforts to impose a sales, income, or other broadbased tax on the taxpayers of the State of New Hampshire.”
“I am grateful for all the support I have received over the last several months as I have been campaigning throughout Senate District 16 talking about the need to cut spending and lower taxes. I believe the only way we are going to get our State’s economy back on track is by encouraging small businesses to expand and grow. Unfortunately, they can’t do that in this hostile business environment that the Democrats in the Legislature have created through their excessive new taxes and fees. That’s also why I have signed the Taxpayers’ pledge opposing any efforts to impose an income, sales or any broadbased tax in New Hampshire,” said Boutin.
“David has always been the taxpayers’ best friend as a State Representative serving on the Ways and Means Committee. I am certain he will be even more effective in the Senate and that is why I am supporting his efforts,” said State Senator Sheila Roberge. Senator Roberge is serving her 12th term in the Senate and is the Dean of the Senate, an honorary title bestowed upon the longest-serving sitting Senator.
“Every taxpayer in Senate District 16 should stand up and support David Boutin in his efforts to be their next State Senator. David has a solid record of supporting lower taxes, and lower regulations and fees. David will be a strong voice for the taxpayer in the Senate and not be beholden to any special interest group,” said Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers.
For more information on David Boutin’s campaign for State Senate please visit www.BoutinforStateSenate.com