Boutin for Senate: A real fiscal conservative
State Rep. Jeff Goley, D-Manchester, voted for the state budget that expanded the interest and dividends tax to partnerships and limited liability companies. He has echoed his party's talking points in saying that it simply closes a "loophole" in state tax law.
So it is extremely interesting that the New Hampshire Democratic Party sent a mailer last week to voters in Senate District 16, where Goley is running for state Senate in a special election proclaiming in huge letters that "Jeff Goley will lead the fight to reform the LLC tax."
Really? We asked Goley about that. He said his constituents asked him to press for reforms. We asked whether he supported the tax. He wouldn't answer the question.
Voters, don't be fooled by state Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley's tricks. There is only one opponent of the LLC tax in the race to replace Ted Gatsas as your state senator, and his name is David Boutin.
Boutin, a Republican representative from Hooksett, did what the Democratic Party pretends Goley did: He voted against the budget that contained the LLC tax. Boutin has a reputation as a real fiscal conservative, and there is no question that he would be a reliable vote in the Senate against wasteful spending and for responsible budgeting. He opposes tax hikes and hopes to cut taxes where he can, and unlike his opponent, he has the record to show it.
Senate District 16 covers Bow, Candia, Dunbarton, Hooksett and Manchester Wards 1, 2 and 12. On Feb. 16, vote for the only fiscal conservative in this race: David Boutin
There are just 7 days until this very important special election.
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