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Who Will Sign the Pledge?!

July 05, 2012

First, last Wednesday we were proud to unveil our 2012 Anti-tax Pledge. More than 100 candidates and elected officials signed the pledge at our event demonstrating their commitment to lower taxes, smaller government and less regulation.

CLICK HERE to read this year’s pledge titled “The Taxpayer Protection and Prosperity Pledge,” which was authored by AFP-NH Honorary Chairman, Tom Thomson.

You can CLICK HERE to see photos from the event.

Candidates can use THIS LINK to download the pledge, sign it and return it to AFP-NH.

Among those taking the pledge on day one were gubernatorial candidates Ovide Lamontagne and Kevin Smith as well as Speaker of the NH House Bill O’Brien.

We will be keeping track of the candidates who sign the pledge on our website. CLICK HERE to see for yourself.

Secondly, as you may recall, AFP-NH filed a Right to Know request with Durham Town Administrator, Todd Selig, asking that he release the details of the anonymous donation to the town that paid for the additional security costs for President Obama’s campaign stop there last week. We have been in touch with Town Administrator Selig and will keep you posted on the status of our request.

Finally, despite the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on health care last week, AFP remains committed to the repeal of this irresponsible and unaffordable law. You can CLICK HERE to read more and CLICK HERE to sign our petition asking Congress to repeal this failed health care program once and for all.

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