Manchester, NH -- The following news story about Dan Innis, Republican candidate for Congress in NH-01, appeared on the front page of the Union Leader on June 30 th.
"GOP's Innis aims to cut taxes, regulation"
By Dave Solomon
In a year when the mood among the electorate appears to be "throw the bums out," Dan Innis thinks the fact that he has never run for or held public office is one of the best assets he has in his campaign for the Republican nomination in the 1st District congressional race.
In an interview with the New Hampshire Union Leader, Innis made the case that he, not former 1st District congressman Frank Guinta, is best suited to take on incumbent Democrat Carol Shea-Porter.
"People I know and respect have told me this is a good thing for me to do because of my background and experience, and the fact that I haven't been a politician," said the longtime academic, now on leave from his position of dean at the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire.
An educator who also operates his own business, a Portsmouth hotel, Innis sees first-hand the burdensome regulations that he says are crushing entrepreneurial spirit, a tax code that no one can understand and a corporate tax rate that is causing businesses to ship jobs off shore.
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