The democrats are hiking the NH gas tax fifteen cents a gallon. They claim that NH infrastructure (roads and bridges) is falling apart. Only a stiff tax hike will save NH from falling back into the stone age.
I drove to a train show out in the sticks today. Sutton NH, a tiny place way out in the boondocks. I picked up NH route 11, an obscure two lane road at Tilton and followed it west for 30 miles. The Mercury hummed along at 60 mph, smooth, no serious bumps, decent road. It's mud season, when the town and country road agents post a 6 ton load limit on every road except I93. Roads are better for the rest of the year.
If NH infrastructure is in need of another 15 cents a gallon you couldn't prove it by me. Little old two lane rural NH 11 is in much better shape than I95 going thru Manhattan.