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Mayor Joyce Craig’s SB 193 Math Problem Suggests She Could Benefit from More Education Choices

Like many Democrats, Mayor Joyce Craig appears to have an issue with regard to exaggeration. She’s made some remarkable declarations to the NH House Finance Committee about the financial cost to Manchester Schools if SB 193 becomes law. | Keep Reading at … Continue reading

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Craig Wins Machester Mayoral Race; Democrats Win Two More Special Elections

Granite Staters voted on Tuesday, supporting Democratic candidates in closely-watched races and deciding the fate of Keno in the state’s biggest cities. Below are a few takeaways from Election Day in New Hampshire and what it means going into 2018. … Continue reading

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Cornerstone: Special Elections November 7 in Manchester and Sullivan County

On Tuesday, November 7, Manchester voters will elect a mayor, and two state representative seats will be filled. Incumbent Manchester mayor Ted Gatsas is being challenged by Joyce Craig, whom he narrowly defeated in 2015. Craig has been endorsed by EMILY’s … Continue reading

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Manchester Mayoral Challenger Picks Up PP Support

Manchester residents, FYI: Manchester mayoral candidate Joyce Craig has picked up the support of Planned Parenthood of Northern New England’s Action Fund, along with a snappy hashtag (#proJoyce). This is on top of her endorsement by EMILY’s List, a national … Continue reading

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Gatsas, Craig To Debate On NHPR’s The Exchange

Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas and former alderman Joyce Craig will take part in a debate hosted by NHPR’s The Exchange. The debate will air live Thursday, Nov. 2 at 9 a.m. It will be rebroadcast at 7 p.m. later that … Continue reading

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Candidate Craig Advances for EMILY’s List “Farm Team”

To absolutely no one’s surprise, the September 19 primary in the Queen City confirmed that Ted Gatsas and Joyce Craig will face off once again in Manchester’s mayoral race. Craig lost to Gatsas in 2015 by 64 votes. Craig has the … Continue reading

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Craig’s Mayoral Campaign: An LA Endorsement and Sanctuary Cities

Rich talked about Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s endorsement of Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig.  He speculated about the Mayor’s Presidential aspirations and talked about Sanctuary Cities.  “Does Joyce Craig believe that Manchester, New Hampshire should become a Sanctuary City,” | More… | Girard at Large

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So, Does Manchester Mayoral Candidate Joyce Craig Support AntiFA?

Yesterday I pondered the mysteries behind the appearance of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in Manchester New Hampshire, questioning why he’d come cross-country to support the mayoral candidacy of Democrat Joyce Craig. Today we may have an answer. “The next generation of leaders … Continue reading

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L.A. Mayor to Spend the Day in New Hampshire

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will be in New Hampshire Monday afternoon. Garcetti will be spending the day stumping for Manchester Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig. The Democratic mayor will start the day meeting with volunteers. He’ll then head to a happy … Continue reading

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Why is LA Mayor Eric Garcetti campaigning in New Hampshire?

LOS ANGELES — Mayor Eric Garcetti will be in New Hampshire Aug. 28 to campaign for Manchester mayoral candidate Joyce Craig, according to reports published today. New Hampshire is the site of the nation’s first presidential primary. Garcetti has not … Continue reading

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