Income Tax Amendment

Elections 2012
10:12 am
Thu November 8, 2012

All Three N.H. Ballot Measures Fail

New Hampshire voters showed a reluctance to change the state constitution in Tuesday’s election, rejecting one amendment that would have banned a personal income tax and another that would have given the legislature more control over the judiciary.

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Elections 2012
6:24 pm
Thu November 1, 2012

Income Tax Amendment Takes A Backseat To Tight Races

Protecting New Hampshire from a broad-based sales or income tax has been a major issue in New Hampshire elections for decades – at least according to political scientist Dean Spiliotes.

"It goes back to the 1970s when Governor Meldrim Thomson pledged to veto any sales or income tax."

And this year’s races for Governor, and even Congress have been no different. 

But for all the talk around the income tax this season, the proposed constitutional amendment banning a personal income tax hasn’t gotten much attention.


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NH News
2:19 pm
Fri October 5, 2012

Income Tax Opponents Ramping Up Efforts To Get Out The Vote

Former Republican Candidate for Governor, Kevin Smith, layed out plans to drum up support for Question 1, a consitutional ban on an income tax. Smith was flanked by anti-tax advocates, like Speaker of the House Bill O'brien (left)
Sam Evans-Brown

Former gubernatorial candidate Kevin Smith will be heading up an effort to build support for the constitutional amendment banning an income tax.

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