Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire Unveils 2012 Anti-Tax Pledge
WINDHAM – Americans for Prosperity (AFP) New Hampshire is releasing their annual anti-tax pledge today at a luncheon in Concord. The pledge was authored by Tom Thomson, Honorary Chairman of Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire.
“We are proud to release our 2012 anti-tax pledge and hope that every candidate seeking office in NH this year will consider signing it,” said Corey R. Lewandowski, State Director of Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire. “As the leading anti-tax advocate in the state, Tom’s pledge provides NH voters with a means to hold their elected officials accountable.”
Titled, “The Taxpayer Protection and Prosperity Pledge,” the pledge commits candidates to cutting taxes, spending and the size of government as well as supporting Right to Work laws and upholding both the NH and U.S. Constitutions. All NH candidates for office are invited to sign the pledge.
“I am proud to carry on the tradition of my father, Governor Mel Thomson, and am hopeful that many candidates for office will come forward and sign the pledge as a demonstration of their support for the conservative principles it sets forth,” stated Tom Thomson, Honorary Chairman of Americans for Prosperity-New Hampshire.
More information on the pledge, including a copy for candidates to sign and return, can be found later today at: americansforprosperity.org/new-hampshire