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Wed June 6, 2012
How North Country Legislators Voted On No-Tax Amendment
Ten of sixteen North Country representatives – and Sen. John Gallus, a Republican from Berlin – voted in favor of letting New Hampshire voters decide whether to add a ban on personal income taxes to the state’s constitution.
The House passed the measure by a vote of 256-110. The Senate passed it 19-4.
It will be on the ballot in November.
Here are the North Country representatives who voted in favor of the bill:
* Lyle Bulis (Republican) of Littleton
* Duffy Daugherty (Republican) of Colebrook.
* Stephanie Eaton (Republican) of Littleton
* Edmond Gionet (Republican) of Lincoln.
* William Remick (Republican) of Lancaster
* Herb Richardson (Republican) of Lancaster
* Gregory Sorg (Republican) of Easton.
* Larry Rappaport (Republican) of Colebrook.
* John Tholl (Republican) of Whitefield
* Marc Tremblay (Republican) of Berlin
Here are the North Country representatives who voted against the bill:
* William Hatch (Democrat) of Gorham
* Evalyn Merrick (Democrat) of Lancaster
* Gary Coulombe (Democrat) of Berlin
* Kathleen Taylor (Democrat) of Franconia
* Yvonne Thomas (Democrat) of Berlin
* Robert Theberge (Democrat) of Berlin