Category Archives: Elections

Who Is (and Isn’t) Running for New Hampshire’s First Congressional District

So far, three Republicans and 10 Democrats have indicated they are running or have an interest in joining the race. Below is a breakdown of the current pool of candidates based on whether they have announced a run for the … Continue reading

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Judge merges 2 lawsuits challenging New Hampshire voter law

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — A judge has consolidated lawsuits filed by the New Hampshire Democratic Party and the League of Women Voters in a case challenging a new law that requires voters who move to the state within 30 days … Continue reading

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Who’s Really in Charge of the Voting Fraud Commission?

Me: Brace Yourself. Liberal tropes are coming. On Friday, in response to a judge’s order, the Department of Justice released data showing the authors, recipients, timing, and subject lines of a group of emails sent to and from the Presidential … Continue reading

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Why the New Hampshire GOP Keeps Losing Special Elections

Democrats have won five of seven special elections in New Hampshire – one State Senate seat and four State Rep seats. Unnamed GOP “operatives,” say its simply that the Democrats have more money and staff.  As John Boehner famously said: … Continue reading

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To No One’s Surprise, Sununu Confirms He’s Running for Re-Election

During a wide-ranging speech in Bedford Wednesday morning, Governor Chris Sununu touched on Washington politics, President Trump, health care, millennials, and, almost as an afterthought, confirmed he’s running for re-election in 2018. | More…

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Manchester VA Whistleblower Announces Bid for Congress

One of the dozen Manchester VA whistleblowers has announced his candidacy for Congress. Stewart Levenson says he will challenge Democrat Annie Kuster in New Hampshire’s second district as a Republican. He and other doctors came forward last summer with allegations of leadership … Continue reading

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State Says ‘Miscommunication’ to Blame for Notice Telling Towns to Remove Voters from Checklists

The Secretary of State’s office says “miscommunication” is to blame for a message that appeared to direct local officials to strike the names of some voters from checklists without notifying them first. “It was miscommunication, pure and simple,” Deputy Secretary of State … Continue reading

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