Announcing the Universal Basic Tax Cut 321 Liftoff Plan
PRESS RELEASE: August 14, 2022
Bruce Fenton for US Senate
Contact: Billy Leibundgut, (925) 226-8659
BRUCE FENTON, CANDIDATE FOR US SENATE FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE USES DEBATE PLATFORM TO SPEAK OUT AGAINST FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TYRANNY AND ANNOUNCE NEW “UNIVERSAL BASIC TAX CUT” PROPOSAL
WINDHAM — Bruce Fenton, Republican Candidate for U.S. Senate from New Hampshire, used tonight’s campaign platform to speak out against government tyranny and announce a plan for a universal basic tax cut. The debate, which featured the three remaining front-runners in the race for the GOP Nomination, displayed a decisive victory for Fenton, a political outsider whose campaign has gained momentum ahead of the September 13 Primary Elections.
In today’s debate, Bruce Fenton announced details of his “3-2-1 Liftoff Plan,” which would offer much needed tax relief to Granite Staters, small businesses, and encourage investment. The 321 Liftoff proposal includes three parts (3) eliminating all small business taxes for the first $300 thousand in income, (2) eliminating all individual worker taxes for the first $200 thousand in income, (1) eliminating all taxes on the first $100 thousand of investments for every American. The plan proposes substantially cutting agencies of the executive branch and bureaucratic institutions.
The following statement was released by Bruce Fenton:
“Today’s debate was an opportunity for the three remaining front runners in the race for the Republican nomination to outline their ideas and educate voters on their perspectives. No candidate for statewide office should reject an opportunity to discuss their platform with Granite Staters – the voters deserve better – and I appreciate when candidates recognize they just aren’t cut out to work as hard for their constituents as they work every day.
“The message of liberty, freedom and the Constitution is winning. The voters of New Hampshire are ready to send a message to Washington DC. I am that message.”