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Ellen Kolb: (Why) The Democrat won, and it wasn’t close.

When does independence in a politician become inconsistency? Does it matter? An election held near my town this week says it does – and that inconsistency sometimes just doesn’t pay. The race was for a state senate seat. The candidates … Continue reading

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Democrat Cavanaugh wins state Senate special election

BOW, N.H. (AP) — Democrat Kevin Cavanaugh has won the special election for New Hampshire’s District 16 state Senate seat. Cavanaugh defeated Republican David Boutin and Libertarian Jason Dubrow on Tuesday. District 16 covers Bow, Dunbarton, Candia, Hooksett and parts … Continue reading

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Who Will Show Up for Today’s Special Election in New Hampshire?

Voters in New Hampshire’s 16th District will head to the polls Tuesday to choose a new state senator. The seat opened up after the passing of Democratic Senator Scott McGillivray. If you take a drive around the district, which includes Wards 1, … Continue reading

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Democrat Senate Dist. 16 Candidate Kevin Cavanaugh’s “Drug Problem”

On July 25th voters in New Hampshire State Senate District 16, will go the polls in a special election. The Democrat in that race is Manchester Ward 1 Alderman Kevin Cavanaugh.  Kevbo is on record in support of making Manchester a … Continue reading

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District 16 State Senate Race: Boutin v Cavanaugh

Rich talked to Kimberly Morin of NH Political Buzz for Politically Buzzed.  They talked about the upcoming election for District 16 State Senate between David Boutin and Kevin Cavanaugh, tackling the campaigning strategy, the notion that Manchester should be a Sanctuary … Continue reading

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Should John Burt Run Against Lou D’Allesandro?

New Hampshire House Representative John Burt is thinking about running for the New Hampshire Senate. He’d be running against Democrat Lou ‘Millenial Gaming’ D’Allesandro. He just stepped down from the podium at the CNHT Picnic. He’s also thinking about staying … Continue reading

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Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons NEWS Politics The Winners and Losers of the New Hampshire Legislative Session

It felt like the last day of school at the New Hampshire State House on June 22. Lawmakers were signing each other’s session books (the political version of yearbooks), shaking hands, and taking pictures together. It had been another eventful legislative … Continue reading

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