“That’s what Rockingham should do — reduce the two business taxes, and pay for that highway to be built. I think that will bring jobs, “ Morse said. “The infrastructure is key, and we need to pay for it.”
William Friel, a Republican candidate in House District 14, said the key is to make New Hampshire enticing for new business growth.
“It’s incentives. It’s infrastructure. It’s tax reductions. It’s long-term sustainable businesses,” Friel said. “We’re not looking for the local $10-an-hour people. We’re looking for people who have long-term projects, long-term employment with benefits.”