In addition to seeking to be the next RNC Committeewoman, Pam Tucker has something that her opponent cannot claim to have: experience as the current Deputy Speaker of the NH House where she has been intimately involved with policy and the legislation. One of the claims this session is that the Republicans have been concentrating on fiscal matters and making NH more biz friendly even as the media is hyping the social issues (to which my retort is “there is ALWAYS a fiscal cost to every social issue!”). So, I challenged Pam: “show me the list!”
A couple days later, she sent the list – take a look after the jump!
- Q1 – Why are you running?
- Q2 – Why should the ordinary Republican care who their RNC Committeewoman is?
- Q3 – Is defending the NH GOP platform part of the role of the Committeewoman’s role?
- Q4 – Why vote for you over your opponent?
- Q5 – What part of the NH GOP Platform is in danger and why should people rally around it?
- Q6 – How verbose will you be in defending Republican ideals as Committeewoman during the election season?
- Q7 – As RNC Committeewoman, how can you sharpen the diferences between Republican and Democrat positions?
|BUDGET ACTION IN 2011 SESSION TO REDUCE TAXES AND FEES, REGULATION|
|Tax and fee reductions|
|Tax or fee||Authorizing legislation|
|Elimination of auto registration surchage||Sunsetted without reauthorization|
|Reasonable compensation reform||SB 125|
|BET credit carryforward expansion||HB 187|
|BPT loss carryforward expansion||HB 2 (363)|
|Repeal of Meals and Rooms Operator fee||HB 2 (316)|
|Repeal of gambling winnings tax||HB 229|
|Reduction in Weights and Measures fees||SB 157|
|Reduction in pet store license fee||HB 2 (317)|
|Reduction in condo and land sales fees||HB 2 (318-319)|
|Reduction in marriage license fees||HB 2 (320)|
|Reduction of tobacco tax||HB 2 (377-381)|
|Reduction in salt water fishing license fees||HB 2 (231)|
|Industry or group receiving relief||Authorizing legislation|
|Hauling/shipping industry||HB 117|
|Insurance carriers (health)||HB 95|
|Funeral directors||HB 289|
|Hunting and fishing guides||HB 570|
|Small electric generators||SB 35|
|Small hospitals/ambulances||HB 58|
|Forestry industry||SB 104|
|Child care agencies||HB 488|
|Pharmaceutical distributors||HB 504|
|Pet stores/breeders||HB 651|
|Small brewers||HB 262|
|Home builders||HB 317|
|Real estate brokers & salespeople||HB 47|
|Skiing industry||SB 32|
|Home sellers||SB 111|
|Candidates for office||HB 258|
|Fireworks retailers||HB 291|
|Land owners||HB 205|
|Wine manufacturers||HB 276|
|HVAC contractors||HB 381|
|Small telecommunications companies||SB 22|
|Insurance carriers||HB 424|
|Road contractors||SB 21|
|Automobile dealers||SB 156|
|Home builders||HB 109|
|Restaurants and taverns||SB 120|
|Mortgage loan originators||SB 189|
|Trust companies||SB 50|
|Employee leasing companies||SB 89|
|Developers/contractors||HB 2 (382-412)|