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On the Issues 


I’ll join with Governor Sununu to stop the income tax! We’ll grow the economy without taxing your wages and without taxing small businesses.

No political games - No income tax – REAL SOLUTIONS



  • Reposition the NH economy by empowering entrepreneurs to create small businesses

  • Keep and attract a younger generation of workers by expanding technology opportunities

  • Reinstate the small business tax cuts

  • Remove regulatory hurdles that stifle business growth

  • Unleash the power of non-profit organization’s capabilities by removing regulatory burdens 




  • Accepted the honor of working for DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency) in Washington DC, which makes pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security

  • Started his own business, Siege Technologies, in Manchester in 2009

  • Expanded to almost 40 employees and sold Siege in 2016

  • Currently serves on Advisory Board for 4 startup companies

  • Informally advises 4 separate startup companies




“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchill 

Jason Syversen Dedicates His Life To Helping Others:


  • Café 1269 – Transitioning people out of homelessness

  • ExPOSE – Educating the public about the risks of human trafficking 

  • NCOSE – Defending human dignity – Opposing sexual exploitation 

  • New Life Ministry – Residential treatment facility for women and children

  • Riseup Staffing – Providing a vibrant, productive community free from addiction and homelessness

  • Shiloh Food Pantry – Helping people in need of food

  • Bow/Dunbarton Rec Teams – Basketball coach for kids in Bow/Dunbarton

“I have a passion for helping people. I’m running for state senate because I want to use my technology and charity experience to help even more people in New Hampshire.”  – Jason Syversen

Syversen Plan: Unleash the Power of Non-Profits

  • Remove regulations that over-burden charities

  • Empower organizations to reach the maximum amount of people

  • Conduct monthly roundtables to assess a charity’s needs



Non-Profit Leaders Speak Out About Jason...

“Jason is an intelligent man with strong leadership abilities.  As I’ve worked with him at New Life I’ve found him to be a person that is capable of finding solutions to the problems that are facing our communities.”


“I’m excited to see Jason volunteering to serve in our state legislature. I’ve seen first-hand Jason’s leadership, passion and commitment to serve others. That’s why I’m supporting him.”


“Jason has a real heart for our community and I believe he’s just the type of leader we need at the state level.”



"New Hampshire’s economy suffered less damage from the COVID-19 shutdown than most neighboring states. 


It’s also recovering faster. This is good news but it’s no solace to the women and men struggling to make ends meet or keep their small businesses running. 


We’re not out of the COVID-19 woods yet. As we rebuild our economy together, we need to remember what made New Hampshire’s economy so resilient in the first place. 


For decades, our state economy was fortified by the New Hampshire Advantage. That’s the term Gov. Steve Merrill gave to our unique combination of low taxes, low government spending, and reasonable, non-intrusive regulations. It has allowed working families to thrive and the small businesses that employ them to grow and prosper. 


It’s a proven formula for success. 


Consider the fact that before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Wallet Hub reported New Hampshire had the lowest overall tax burden in the northeast and among the lowest in the country. U.S. News & World Report rated us the second best state in the nation, number one in economic opportunity. 


These ratings were the result of prudent policy decisions. For example, let’s look at taxes. Gov. Chris Sununu and Republicans in the state legislature fought hard to implement jobs-creating tax cuts for small businesses in 2017. These tax cuts supported jobs. They helped businesses grow and hire more people, allowing them to earn and save. Best of all, the tax cuts worked. The economy grew so robustly as a result of these cuts, state business revenues actually increased. 


Unfortunately, that hasn’t stopped liberal politicians in Concord from pushing to repeal those same tax cuts. At a time when hard working families and their employers can least afford it, folks like my opponent Sen. Kevin Cavanaugh want to take more of their hard earned money. 


Think about what that will mean. Right now the number one challenge Granite State manufacturers face is not having enough people to fill all their open positions. They are desperate for new workers. But raising their taxes will ladle on them a whole new set of problems. It will increase their expenses, eat up their sales revenues, and require them to cut back on hiring, meaning fewer job opportunities for everyone. 


What’s worse is that Sen. Cavanaugh refuses to take the Pledge against a broad based sales or income tax. He actually voted for an income tax in the State Senate. The tax he voted for (HB 712) would have taken money right out of workers’ paychecks. Thank goodness we have Gov. Sununu at the helm. He vetoed the Democrats’ income tax. 


I stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Gov. Sununu when I signed that very same Pledge Sen. Cavanaugh refuses to take. In Concord, I’ll continue to work with Gov. Sununu to keep taxes low.


The COVID-19 shutdown disrupted every aspect of our lives and left a scar on our economy. Together we can build New Hampshire back. Let’s do it by doubling down on what we know works. Let’s rebuild the New Hampshire Advantage." 

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"In these unprecedented times, I will help lead the move to rebuild our economy while balancing the health of our communities. We must protect our most vulnerable citizens.

We need to rebuild our economy after Covid and we must recognize the emergence of technology in everyone’s lives. As an entrepreneur, I put everything on the line to build a unique tech company with 40 employees. We have opportunities and we need to take advantage of them and position New Hampshire for the future so we can create jobs and keep the younger generation working close to home.


We also need leaders who know and understand how technology is impacting our children, our families and our schools.


Granite Staters deserve a Senator who knows and understands how technology will keep us safe. 

We also should be rethinking how technology can empower our freedoms and expand opportunities with non-profit organizations.

If Covid has taught us anything, it’s that we hold our future in our hands every single day. Technology is not just the future anymore – it is here – it is now. And to be perfectly blunt, we need a voice for technology in the State Senate."