Dan Feltes on Tax Reform



Property tax relief for working families

He said "working families" are being left out and left behind with the highest health care costs in the country. He cited examples of this such as prescription drug costs, rising electric rates and skyrocketing property taxes. "Right now, we have a governor who doesn't get what ordinary folks are going through--property taxes on everyday folks are going up, while taxes on large corporations are going down," Feltes said in a statement announcing his candidacy. "That's not fair. And we're going to change that."

Feltes now looks ahead at continuing to focus on key issues, such as property tax relief for working families rather than tax breaks that predominantly benefit corporations. He said while taxes for big corporations have gone down, Granite Staters have seen their property taxes go up. "That's just not fair," Feltes said.

Source: Nashua Telegraph on 2020 New Hampshire Gubernatorial race , Sep 4, 2019

Provide tax relief for working families, not corporations

On taxes: "It's critical that we work together to move New Hampshire forward for working families, especially when costs are rising on everything, and we have a governor who doesn't get what working families are going through," Feltes said. "He is concerned about big tax breaks for corporations while everyone's property taxes are skyrocketing." Feltes was referring to Sununu's veto of the state budget primarily because of his support for new cuts in business taxes.
Source: WMUR Manchester TV-9 on 2020 New Hampshire Governor race , Sep 3, 2019

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Chris Sununu
Colin Van Ostern
Jilletta Jarvis
Maggie Hassan
Molly Kelly
Steve Marchand
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Bill O`Brien
Carol Shea-Porter
Corky Messner
Don Bolduc
Jeanne Shaheen
Jim Rubens
Kelly Ayotte
Maggie Hassan

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