New Hampshire, Vermont: look, all those states look alike to Elizabeth Warren.
You really don’t expect Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) 8% to care about New Hampshire, can you? The Senator can barely muster up enough energy to care about Massachusetts. So it’s not really surprising to hear that the woman apparently can’t be bothered to remember which state Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) 0% pretends to be from:
NRSC will drop money in New Hampshire, other states after all.
The NRSC will be throwing money into New Hampshire and elsewhere after all.
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NRCC Withholds Funds After Marilinda Garcia (NH-02) Says She May Not Vote for Boehner [updated]
I am going to let CNN’s John King do the reporting. You can decide for yourself on this after watching the video. Update: CNN now has the following up regarding this incident: Camp Garcia reached out after the show Sunday to clear things up — and to give an unequivocal response to the question the candidate did not directly answer on the radio show. “Marilinda | Read More »
New Hampshire 2014 GOP Primary “Endorsements”
Other than the Governor’s race, there should be competitive House races and a competitive Senate race…maybe. In the Governor’s race- which is held every two years like its neighbor Vermont- Maggie Hassan will be the Democratic candidate. On the Republican side, there are four candidates in the primary: Daniel Greene, businessman Walt Havenstein, former Gingrich campaign manager Andrew Hemingway and pot legalization advocate Jonathan Smolin. | Read More »
Rep. Annie Kuster (D, New Hampshire-02) can’t find an actual Republican supporter?
Meet Robin Partello. And who is she? Well, she was someone who was featured as a Republican offering praise for Annie Kuster in a recent campaign ad for New Hampshire’s Second District. Just one, small, teeny-tiny problem: Woman in @RepAnnieKuster ad claims to be Republican, but Nashua clerk says she’s undeclared #nhpolitics #nh02 pic.twitter.com/lm9U7nmafG — James Pindell (WMUR) (@JamesPindell) August 27, 2014 That sounded a | Read More »
Veteran Denied Access To Shaheen Event…
From Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire (July 14, 2014) – This morning, Senator Jeanne Shaheen held an event at the Concord City Auditorium. It was, according to her press release, to “discuss the difference she makes for veterans” and “call for passage of the Veterans’ Access to Care through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act.” However, when Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire’s Executive Director, | Read More »
NH Democrat Governor Embraces Fracking?
New Hampshire’s Democrat governor, Maggie Hassan, violated her own ban on travel to take a trade mission to Turkey. She justified this, according to many, by pointing to a reported 22% increase in exports From New Hampshire. That might make some sense if it were true. Last week, Business NH Magazine pointed out that of the 22% increase in “exports”( that Governor Hassan’s administration was | Read More »
Chris Christie Coming Back to NH in July
Chris Christie is coming back to New Hampshire. The event is called “Home Run to Victory 2014″ and is scheduled for July 31 at 6pm. Naturally the state Republican party put together a host committee. There are plenty of prominent New Hampshire Republicans on the Host committee. “…U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, former Gov. John H. Sununu, former Ambassador Joseph and Augusta Petrone, Republican National | Read More »
NH Democrat Governor Hassan Has Not Signed Speech Killing Bill. Why?
Members of the New Hampshire State “Republican Majority Senate,” sponsored and passed NH SB120, a bill that modified finance rules for money related to political speech. Money used to engage in political speech must be regulated, we are told by incumbent Republicans, but this is not a violation of our first amendment rights because money isn’t speech. We’ve taken to calling it the Incumbent protection | Read More »
NH Gubernatorial Candidate Walt Havenstein’s Tea Bagger Remark
Last Week GraniteGrok.com posted video of NH Establishment GOP candidate and former BAE CEO Walter Havenstein using the teabagger slur against the Tea Party, at a talk he gave in 2010. The story was originally posted on a local news site, and NHJournal.com, and garnered some national attention. The Havenstein campaign has since strong-armed WMUR News 9 NH to pull the video from its website. | Read More »
Reuters can’t quite bear to say that Obamacare is a bear for New Hampshire Democrats.
This Reuters article is fascinating reading, not least because it’s a hoot. Executive summary: Barack Obama and the Democrats’ call to run on Obamacare will be tested in New Hampshire… where people hate it, and both the Senator and two Representatives up for re-election this year are currently in deep trouble over the law and things aren’t improving for any of them*. Let me drill | Read More »
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D, New Hampshire) is afraid that she’ll lose.
The Jeanne Shaheen campaign does not think that it has enough in the way of resources to win this election on their own.
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Remarks to Freedom Summit, Manchester NH
From the diaries…
It’s great to be in New Hampshire! I am so pleased to stand with the two great organizations hosting this Freedom Summit — Citizens United and Americans for Prosperity.
Citizens United fought to defend our right to free speech — and won a great victory in the United States Supreme Court.
And Americans for Prosperity is exercising that right to free speech to defend the values we all share — and with your help, we are going to win a great victory this November!
You might have noticed Harry Reid is a little upset with Americans for Prosperity. Let me tell you, when the Democrat leader is complaining about you on the Senate floor, you know you are doing something right.
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