Thursday, July 17, 2008

50 Days, 50 Ways to Cut Federal Spending

Bosse to propose specific spending cuts every day until Election

(Concord) Hillsboro Republican Grant Bosse announced today that he will propose a new way to cut federal spending every day for the last 50 days of the primary campaign. Beginning Monday, Grant will outline 50 cuts to federal spending that will reduce the burden on taxpayers and help pay down the national debt.

“Lots of candidates talk about cutting spending, but can’t back it up,” Bosse said. “The voters of New Hampshire deserve to know how Congress is wasting their money, and how their candidates will stop it.”

Bosse continues to lead the field in his willingness to propose specific solutions, and in his commitment to smaller, more accountable government. Bosse has already outlined comprehensive Energy and Health Care Plans, and has proposed a three-step plan to prevent continued abuse of taxpayer funded Congressional mail. Bosse is also the only candidate to take both the “No Earmarks” Pledge and the "Taxpayer Protection Pledge".

“Through bloated farm subsidies, pork-barrel projects, and temporary government programs that never die, Congress has wasted taxpayer dollars for too long,” Bosse added. “Over the next 50 days, we’re going to share 50 ways that taxpayers can start taking that money back.”

Bosse has scheduled a press conference for Monday, July 21st at 10AM, in the Legislative Office Building Lobby. To learn more about Bosse’s aggressive, grassroots campaign, go to

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