NHGOP pounds Kuster on tax dodge

The New Hampshire Republican State Committee on Tuesday pounded Democratic Rep. Ann McLane Kuster (NH-02) for failing to pay thousands of dollars in property taxes.

“Congresswoman Kuster owes her constituents an honest explanation about why she was delinquent on more than $40,000 in property taxes on her primary residence and her exclusive White Mountain vacation home. She needs to personally explain why she finally decided to pay her fair share of taxes only after the media started asking her questions about her long history of missed payments,” said Party spokesperson Meg Stone.

“During her time in Washington, Congresswoman Kuster has blindly supported her party leadership’s plans for more reckless spending increases and taxes hikes that would devastate small businesses. She has even advocated for the implementation of disastrous statewide income tax that would destroy the New Hampshire Advantage,” Stone continued.

“Congresswoman Kuster wants working families to pay more taxes, yet she repeatedly failed to pay her own tax bill despite a reported net worth of almost $2 million. Her loyal support for job-killing economic policies raises even more questions about her unwillingness to meet her own tax obligations that must be addressed,” Stone concluded.

 

Author: Patrick Hynes

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  • C. dog e. doG

    Clearly she was waiting for the payoff from voting in lockstep with Pelosi and BozObama. Yet another Annie McKluster stuck in her own tax trap.
    – C. dog

  • DJ

    Like all Democrats, “Do as I say, not as I do.” Very typical, of someone like her. I knew the dirt would come out once she got elected, & someone started digging into her background.
    Dang

  • KD

    So why isn’t she being fined and or jailed? That is what would happen to us if we didn’t pay our taxes. This needs to start happening because they are citizens supposedly serving us not the other way around. The real kicker is she is being payed by those tax dollars they she didn’t pay into.