NH-GOV: Stephen (R) now within MoE.

    Rasmussen shows a fairly unexpected primary bounce in NH for GOP gubernatorial candidate John Stephen: the race has gone from 50/39 Lynch/Stephen to 48/46 Lynch/Stephen.  Polling for this race has been somewhat sparse, but it should be noted that there has been notable movement towards in both the Rasmussen and PPP polls.  With the NH-SEN and NH-02 (no good recent polling on NH-01) races showing | Read More »

    NH-GOV: Stephen (R) now within MoE.

    Rasmussen shows a fairly unexpected primary bounce in NH for GOP gubernatorial candidate John Stephen: the race has gone from 50/39 Lynch/Stephen to 48/46 Lynch/Stephen.  Polling for this race has been somewhat sparse, but it should be noted that there has been notable movement towards in both the Rasmussen and PPP polls.  With the NH-SEN and NH-02 (no good recent polling on NH-01) races showing | Read More »

    Ovide Lamontagne for Senate……the rest of the story

    With this week’s announcement not to seek a recount  (http://www.necn.com/09/15/10/Lamontagne-Will-not-seek-recount-will-re/landing_politics.html?blockID=311559&feedID=4212& )  Ovide Lamontagne’s run for the US Senate in 2010 came to an end.  Back in July, I predicted a very close win over Kelly Ayotte: Primay results September 14, 2010 travelkingnh Wednesday, July 14th at 10:34AM EDT (link) Lamontagne – 35% Ayotte- 33% Binnie- 20% Bender-10% Others-2% The percentages may vary, but this is | Read More »