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GOP governor candidates Hemingway, Havenstein spar during morning radio debate
The two Republican candidates for New Hampshire governor were sparring during a debate on WGIR-AM Wednesday when moderator Jack Heath interjected to clarify the accusation he thought he had just heard.
SAIC reached a $500 million agreement to resolve claims it conspired to defraud taxpayers.
Havenstein, a former chief executive officer at SAIC, has previously noted that the scandal began before his time as CEO.
The winner of the Republican primary on Sept. 9 will face Gov. Maggie Hassan, a Democrat from Exeter, in the general election.
Hemingway, an entrepreneur and political activist from Bristol, accused Havenstein of inconsistent positions on the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid expansion.
Havenstein, who also is a former CEO at BAE Systems, said he has consistently opposed “Obamacare,” but said people need to recognize that it is unlikely that the health care law will be repealed as long as President Obama is in the White House.
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