Obama Campaign to Hold Tax Fairness Chats with Seniors

Senator Obama’s middle class tax fairness proposal would eliminate income taxes for 30,000 New Hampshire seniors

MANCHESTER , NH—Barack Obama unveiled his middle class tax fairness policy on Tuesday, and his New Hampshire campaign continues to share his message with Granite State voters. Today and tomorrow, Obama supporters will hold chats with seniors in six communities to discuss Obama’s proposal to eliminate income taxes for retirees making less than $50,000 per year.

Yesterday, state Senator Jackie Cilley hosted a roundtable in Rochester to discuss the merits of Obama’s tax fairness policy.

The tax fairness chats are open to the press. For credentials please email nh-media@barackobama.com .

Wednesday, September 19,


11:00 am

State Representative Cindy Rosenwald, Chair of HHS/Elderly Affairs Committee

Londonderry Senior Center

535 Mammoth Road

Londonderry, NH

Thursday, September 20


9:00 am

State Representative Sue Almy

Upper Valley Senior Center

10 Campbell Street

Lebanon, NH


10:00 am

Annie McLane Kuster, Co-Chair, New Hampshire Women for Obama Steering Committee

Taylor Senior Community

435 Union Avenue

Laconia, NH


12:15 pm

Cheshire County Commissioner Jack Pratt, Obama New Hampshire Steering Committee Member

The Woodward Home

194-202 Court Street

Keene, NH


12:30 pm

State Representative Ed Butler

Gibson Center for Senior Services

14 Grove Street

North Conway, NH


2:30 pm

State Representative Tom Donovan, Vice-Chair of HHS/Elderly Affairs Committee

Pleasant View Retirement

227 Pleasant Street

Concord, NH


September 19, 2007

Contact: Reid Cherlin, ( 603) 668-2008