A Better Economy for a Better Future

I am a small business owner who supports a smaller government. This year at the state house I voted to support numerous tax cuts. Those policies worked!

New Hampshire has record unemployment. Our revenue went UP after we reduced the business taxes. My opponent wants to increase those business taxes. My question is, what services will we have to cut from the loss of revenue? How many people losing their job would be an acceptable amount? How much would wages going down be acceptable?


The success of the economy and job creation is a combination of three things: Low Taxes, Quality Education, and fiscal/conservative government spending.

I oppose an income tax and sales tax. I support lowering and reforming the business profits tax. If businesses are not forced to pay huge amounts of money to the government through taxes that the free market will guide the extra income to be passed on to employees through higher wages. Additionally, more money for businesses will lead to more jobs and encourage more people to start their own business. New Hampshire must compete with other states to get more businesses to move here. New Hampshire has a lot to offer. Burdening business taxes prevent businesses from doing opening up in New Hampshire. Dan opposes government regulations that increase the cost of doing business in New Hampshire.

I support a better education through more choices for schools, teachers, parents, and students. I oppose bad government restrictions mandated through Common Core.

I support smarter spending on education through technology. Although technology has made things cheaper and more efficient over the years, education costs  somehow continue to skyrocket (both at the primary and secondary level).