Please welcome our newest State Director, Donald L. Overman, of New Hampshire. Don's leadership will be particularly valuable in an area where the FairTax has been dormant.
Although Don is the newest member of our group, he is one of the original advocates of replacing the Income Tax with a consumption tax. Don has been part of this effort since his college days, and he worked with the first national consumer tax group in 1976.
Don is a U.S. Navy veteran, having served four years during the Korean conflict and having been honorably discharged in 1955.
Don attended Eastern College of Commerce and Law where he received a degree in Accounting. Don has worked in media sales and management through 1988. Since then, Don has been a media and marketing consultant.
Don has been a political activist since 1963 when he worked on the national Goldwater for President champaign. He served as chair of the Attlebroro, Massachusetts Republican City Committee and co-chair of the Nashua Arts and Science Center, near Hudson where he makes his home. Hudson is in the Southern part of New Hampshire and towards the East, near the Massachusetts border.
Don has developed a strategic plan that can serve as a model for start-ups in other states where the FairTax has been recumbent.
We wish Don success in establishing the FairTax movement in New Hampshire and the surrounding area and look forward to his contributions.