"While I can see some justification on levying an income tax on those high earners known as 'The One Percent', I would not support an income tax enacted by a majority vote of the New Hampshire General Court. Such a tax would work its way down the income scale until it engulfed far more modest wage earners, many of who already are overburdened by property taxes.
"I believe that the only way an income tax could properly be enacted in New Hampshire is by the constitutional amendment process. That would require a majority vote of you, Granite State citizens and taxpayers, to convene a constitutional convention to amend the Granite State's constitution.
"An amendment requires the 'Aye' of sixty percent of the convention delegates, and an amendment has to be approved by a 2/3rds vote of you, Granite State citizens and taxpayers. As things stand, I would vote 'Nay' on an income tax kin both the New Hampshire House of Representatives, as well as in all three legs of the amendment process, if that should come to pass."
Source: Candidate's Website 2016