Lower Taxes and Economic Growth

America needs to support small businesses and their employees in industries disproportionately affected by government-forced shutdowns, cut taxes for working families, and cut non-essential spending to get control of our budget deficit. Internationally, we must hold China accountable for COVID-19 and unfair trade practices while moving critical manufacturing back to the United States.


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The last thing that Granite State families need is more taxes from the government. Under Joe Biden’s administration, inflation is skyrocketing, and it is tough enough to get by as it is. We need to cut wasteful spending so that families in New Hampshire can spend their hard earned money where they want – not send it to Washington.


Last year, Matt called for Congress to incentivize manufacturers of vital materials like pharmaceutical ingredients, national security components, and agriculture to bring their production back to the United States. This will create jobs and protect America’s national security interests. New Hampshire, with its low tax climate, can be a leader in attracting many of these new manufacturers. We should develop partnerships between our higher education institutions and these new companies to provide jobs for recent college graduates and keep New Hampshire’s brightest here in the Granite State.


Matt knows that government spends too much of your tax dollars wastefully. Working in President Trump’s State Department, Matt found billions of dollars in excessive, unnecessary spending and proposed cutting it – but Congress spent more money anyway. By reducing spending, we can then make President Trump’s tax cuts permanent and allow New Hampshire’s economy to recover from the impacts of COVID-19.