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The Governor and Executive Council, at their meeting held on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, approved the Precept to hold a SPECIAL ELECTION for STATE REPRESENTATIVE from BELKNAP COUNTY DISTRICT NO. 3. (Laconia Wards 1-6). |Read More at NHHouseGOP.com

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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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Special Election for NH State Rep: a Note on Jim Headd

New Hampshire voters in Auburn, Chester, and Sandown (Rockingham County district 4) will go to the polls tomorrow, September 26, for a special election to fill a state representative seat. Among the candidates is former state representative Jim Headd. An … Continue reading

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Democrat St. Clair wins special election for Lakes Region House seat

LACONIA — In a mild upset, New Hampshire House Democrats took back a seat from Republicans following a special election Tuesday. Unofficially, Laconia Democrat Charles St. Clair defeated Laconia Republican Steve Whalley for this seat that’s made up of all … Continue reading

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N.H. Republicans Hold Onto Grafton-Area Seat

Grafton — A Bridgewater, N.H., Republican has won a special election for the open Grafton 9 district, retaining GOP control of the New Hampshire House seat. Vincent Paul Migliore won 611 votes in Tuesday voting, defeating Bristol Democrat Joshua Adjutant, who … Continue reading

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Quick Takeaways from the Special Election in State Senate District 16

Unofficial results have Democrat Kevin Cavanaugh defeating Republican David Boutin by a very comfortable margin of 55% to 45% in the Special Election for State Senate District 16. The result should serve as a wake-up call to the NH GOP … Continue reading

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Pics or It Isn’t Happening: AG Office Clarifies Voter ID Law

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire attorney general’s office is clarifying voter identification laws in the state in advance of a Tuesday special election. Associate Attorney General Anne Edwards says there has been confusion in the state about what … Continue reading

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On Upcoming Local Elections

At this moment, the Secretary of State’s web site lists six special elections coming up. One will be over by the time this is posted (you won’t be shocked to hear from me that a Democrat won a seat for a Concord … Continue reading

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Putting Some Perspective On the Democrat Win in Wolfeboro, NH

The epic inspirational “flip” in Wolfeboro was a 51% to 49% victory with 811 votes for the Democrat and 755 for the Republican. That’s 56 votes in a town that cast 4,395 ballots last November and only 1566 last week. … Continue reading

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Body Slamming Republican Wins Special Congressional Election in Montana

“Montana sent a strong message tonight that we want a Congressman to work with President Trump to make America and Montana great again,” Gianforte told supporters after declaring victory.  More… | Forbes

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