Maggie Hassan on Tax Reform
Wealthy should pay their fair share
Q: On Taxes: Increase taxes on corporations and/or high-income individuals to pay for public services?
Ayotte: No. Signed Americans for Tax Reform Pledge to oppose "any and all" tax increases to raise revenue.
Hassan: Yes. Close tax loopholes and ask wealthiest businesses and individuals to "pay their fair share."
Source: CampusElect Voter Guide to 2016 New Hampshire Senate race
, Oct 9, 2016
NH can fund its priorities without a broad-based tax
As governor, Maggie will veto any sales or income tax. Maggie knows that NH's economy is based on the lack of a sales or income tax, and those taxes would hurt middle-class families & our economy. She knows that NH can fund its priorities without a broad
based tax. In the worst economy since the Great Depression, Maggie worked with Gov. Lynch to cut state spending and balance the state budget--without instituting a sales or income tax. Maggie plans to approach budgeting with the same fiscal discipline.
Source: N.H. Governor 2012 campaign website, maggiehassan.com
, Nov 6, 2012
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