Lamontagne for US Senate - My Tax Day pledge to you

Dear Friend,

"Low taxes are the result of low spending."

The wise words of former New Hampshire Governor Meldrim Thomson, Jr. could not be more relevant today. I'm sure your taxes were like mine this year - higher and more complicated to figure out. And we can thank the far left for this year's tax burdens.

Washington doesn't have a revenue problem, it has a spending problem. Between massive budget deficits, unacceptable national debt and runaway entitlement spending, its clear that elected officials in Washington too often forget that they are handling taxpayers' money, not their own. In 2010, it's time for us to remind them.

I'm serious about putting the federal government on a crash diet, cutting wasteful spending, reducing federal taxes, and balancing our budget. That's why I'm running to be the next U.S. Senator from New Hampshire. I'm proud to have the support of fellow tax fighter Steve Forbes in my effort to deliver conservative change to Washington, but I need your support to get there. Will you help me today?

Please follow this link to make a contribution of $25, $50, $100, $250 or more to my campaign. Whether you can give $25 or $250, your contribution will bring me one step closer to helping reduce your tax burden, and reining in the IRS.

As Senator, I will fight to make the Bush tax cuts permanent and further reduce taxes for New Hampshire's hard working families. I'll also work to phase out the capital gains and interest dividends taxes and decrease corporate taxes which are currently among the highest in the world. These tax cuts will allow businesses to create the private sector jobs we so desperately need and make our country a more attractive place to do business.

But we can't address over-taxation without dealing with Washington's spending spree. Our country's ballooning budget deficit and skyrocketing national debt are evidence of a broken culture of spending and big government in Washington. And we must hold our elected officials accountable.

We have a responsibility to our fellow citizens, children and grandchildren to shrink the size and scope of the federal government, balance the federal budget and ensure that our government lives within its means. No more earmarks, no more pork-barrel spending, no more special interest sweetheart deals. That means we must send fiscal conservatives, like myself, to Washington who will fight for limited government and lower taxes.

So will you help me revive small government and fiscal responsibility by following this link and making a generous contribution to my campaign?

Your contribution today is an investment in New Hampshire's future and the prosperity of America. Thank you in advance for your support.


Ovide Lamontagne