Cracked Granite: Troubled NH GOP attempting to rebound in 2014 cycle
To be sure, many of the local GOP’s problems are similar to the national party’s issues: problematic candidate recruitment in primaries, powerless minorities in the legislature and congressional delegation, and poor fundraising in the super PAC era. But what makes New Hampshire unique is the high turnover rate — both House seats flipped party hands in three of the past four cycles — producing political whiplash in the first-in-the-nation primary state.
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