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Close loopholes; NH 6th lowest in taxing business

Feltes replied that he wants to continue closing business tax loopholes. He pointed, as an example, to Netflix, which up until this budget year paid $0 in taxes despite selling their service to Granite Staters, he said. As New Hampshire is the sixth lowest state in taxing businesses, but is the second-highest in property taxes, he wants to help relieve the burden from homeowners.
Source: N.Andover Eagle-Tribune on 2020 New Hampshire governor race , Mar 10, 2020

Raise business taxes; lower property taxes

[On corporate taxes]: "If we do a more fair system and we devote more money to our communities, I think we can relieve some of the stress on property taxpayers," Feltes said. "We've got the sixth lowest overall business taxes in the country, and the second highest property taxes. We need to be focused like a laser beam on middle-income Granite Staters and helping our communities and helping deal with these crises, not singularly focused on pushing taxes to big corporations down."
Source: Laconia Daily Sun on 2020 New Hampshire gubernatorial race , Feb 27, 2020

Fight laws written behind closed doors for big corporations

As I took on fights for working families [in the state Senate], I came to realize that all too often, it was the laws themselves that were broken. Too many of them were written behind closed doors for big corporations and the well-connected elite, not working people.

So, I ran for state Senate, and, we won.

We fought for campaign finance reform - so that everyday people, not wealthy donors, matter most.

Source: Portsmouth Herald on New Hampshire legislative voting record , Oct 26, 2019

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MS:
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NC: Cooper(incumbent) vs.Forest(R) vs.Grange(R)
ND: Burgum(incumbent) vs.Coachman(R) vs.Lenz(D)
NH: Sununu(incumbent) vs.Volinsky(D) vs. fsFeltes(D)
PR: Rossello(D) vs.Garced(D) vs.Pierluisi(D)
UT: Herbert(retiring) vs.Huntsman(R) vs.Cox(R) vs.Burningham(R) vs.Newton(D) vs.Hughes(R)
VT: Scott(incumbent) vs.Holcombe(D) vs.Zuckerman(D)
WA: Inslee(incumbent) vs.Bryant(R) vs.Fortunato(R)
WV: Justice(incumbent) vs.Folk(R) vs.Thrasher(R) vs.Vanover(D) vs.Smith(D) vs.Ron Stollings(D)
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