CONCORD - The third, long-shot candidate for NH secretary of state abruptly dropped out Friday blasting Democratic Party leaders for having what he called a "warped obsession with absolute partisan fealty."

CONCORD — Progressive topics like paid family and medical leave, a minimum wage hike and legalizing recreational marijuana will get a new lease on life with Democrats taking control of the state Senate for the first time in a decade.

MANCHESTER — Democratic U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster and Republican challenger state Rep. Steve Negron staked out drastically different policy positions and priorities for the state’s 2nd Congressional District in their final debate of the campaign season on Tuesday night, tackling immigratio…

MANCHESTER — Opposing views on the Second Amendment and measures needed to restore civility in our political culture emerged as key issues in the final debate between Democrat Chris Pappas and Republican Eddie Edwards in the contest to represent New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District.

CONCORD — Eddie Edwards of Dover, the 1st Congressional District Republican nominee, failed to vote in three of the past four midterm elections and the 2016 presidential primary was the first he time he’d cast a first-in-the-nation primary ballot since 2000 according to voter files reviewed …

MANCHESTER - The traditional tensions between New Hampshire's elected branches of government and the independent judiciary were on full display last week as Republican leaders heaped scorn on Superior Court Judge Kenneth C. Brown for his ruling on a controversial new election law.