District 1 – Cornish, Grantham, Plainfield and Springfield candidate Andy Schmidt wants you to pay a sales tax, harming the lowest income people in Sullivan County who are already struggling to afford basic necessities – http://www.lfda.org/candidate/andrew-schmidt
District 1 – Cornish, Grantham, Plainfield and Springfield candidate Lee Oxenham wants an income tax, and a sales tax – http://www.lfda.org/candidate/lee-w-oxenham
District 2 – Sunapee Croydon candidate Sue Gottling said at a League of Women Voters forum on October 25 in Sunapee that she would support one “targeted at education”, even though in NH there is no way to do that without a Constitutional Amendment
District 3 – Claremont ward 1 candidate Allison Zito won’t say whether she agrees with the majority of her party here.
District 4 – Claremont Ward 2 candidate Larry Converse wants to tax your income, and reinstate the disastrous LLC small business tax that was repealed in 2011. – http://www.lfda.org/candidate/larry-converse
District 5 – Claremont Ward 3 candidate Ray Gagnon supports both income and sales taxes – http://www.lfda.org/candidate/raymond-gagnon
District 6 – Newport and Unity candidate Virginia Irwin wants an income tax, and wants to tax non-profits as well – http://www.lfda.org/candidate/virginia-obrien-irwin
District 6 – Newport and Unity candidate John Lunn likes income taxes and sales taxes, but doesn’t care which one you start paying – http://www.lfda.org/candidate/john-lunn
District 7 – Acworth, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, and Washington candidate Melanie Bell won’t say whether she agrees with the majority of her party here.
District 8 – Charlestown candidate Kendra Yakovleff won’t say whether she agrees with the majority of her party here.
District 9 – Cornish, Croydon, Grantham, Newport, Plainfield, Springfield, Sunapee and Unity candidate Linda Tanner at the same forum ducked the question by responding “not at this time”. So… not right now, but maybe next January… after the election? She refused to give her position on income and sales tax when asked here as well – http://www.lfda.org/candidate/linda-tanner
District 10 – Claremont city-wide candidate John Cloutier said that he doesn’t know if he supports an income tax. That is shocking considering his lengthy legislative experience in the NH House (14 years wasn’t long enough for him to make a decision?). Since he votes with his party 96% of the time though, you can form your own conclusion about what his vote would be. http://www.lfda.org/candidate/john-cloutier
District 11 – Acworth, Charlestown, Goshen, Langdon, Lempster, and Washington candidate John Tuthill enthusiastically supports an income tax – http://www.vnews.com/Two-Republicans-look-to-hold-onto-to-House-seats-representing-Charlestown-5557215