Concord, NH- State Senate District 16 State Senator David Boutin announced his intention to run for re-election today. “Never has an election been so critical as the one we face this coming November. Our New Hampshire values of low taxes and spending are in great jeopardy because of the Democrats “credit card” mentality- spend it now and worry about paying for it later. I am running for re-election to fight to protect our values from further erosion by the Democrats in Concord,” said Boutin.
Senator Boutin also rolled out his campaign finance team which includes Susan Duprey, Tom Keane, Ben Gamache, Matt Barrett, Cindy Roberts, Ted Severance, Gus Fromuth, Bill Sirak, Alex Vailais and Ralph Demicco. “I am very grateful to have the support of such a well-known and respected group of individuals and small business owners. Their knowledge and talent will be extremely helpful in organizing a winning campaign for November,” said Boutin.
“Senator Boutin, can be counted on to cut profligate state spending, stop the relentless hikes in taxes and fees, shrink the skyrocketing deficit and stop the downshifting of state costs to property taxpayers,” said Bow Town Selectman Tom Keane.
“It is time that state government live within its means as our families do”, said Gus Fromuth. “We have had to cut our spending, why can’t the state?”
Matt Barrett said, “Senator Boutin understands that our economy will not rebound and our unemployed will not get back to work until the legislature ends its confiscatory tax policies, like the LLC tax, and instead encourages businesses to grow and create jobs.”