- Locked in a dead heat, Shaheen, Brown spar
- Ebola, health care among issues that split Guinta, Shea-Porter
- Hassan, Havenstein see future through different lenses
- Former N.Y. governor calls for smaller fed at 'Politics & Eggs' event
- Governor names 5 to presidential primary anniversary commission
- Surveys find public's worries about Ebola increasing faster than number of cases
- North Korea unexpectedly frees American who left Bible at sailor's club
- A series of sharp exchanges at 2nd CD debate
- Kuster: Passenger rail could help to lead manufacturing renaissance in Nashua
- Shaheen would consider Ebola travel bans
- Team Obama: Faking right, voting left
- Charles Arlinghaus: This government 'investment' is a bad idea
- Another View -- John H. Sununu: Voters, pick a governor who is serious about the Pledge
- Politics of choice: A word stripped of its meaning
- Kathy Sullivan: Scott Brown does not get what 'pro-choice' really means
There are five televised debates this week, including two for U.S. Senate candidates Jeanne Shaheen and Scott Brown. The four Granite State Debates are Oct. 27 to Oct. 30.
Spending by outside groups has far eclipsed the candidates' campaign coffers.
Republican Senate hopeful Scott Brown is accusing Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen of going beyond distorting his record on women's health care issues.
The Manchester and Nashua chambers of commerce continue plans for a U.S. Senate debate - or a "forum" - but the candidates are at "impasse" on the format.
A "personhood" amendment reinforces the NH GOP's position. Republicans at their state convention also rejected a move to strike language that marriage is a legal union between a man and a woman.
Scott Brown launched a petition asking Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen not to leave Washington for recess until Congress secures the border and passes a bill to strip American ISIS fighters of their U.S. citizenship.
Setting sights on Nov. 4, Congresswoman Annie Kuster and Gov. Maggie Hassan agree to debate schedules with the Republican nominees, Marilinda Garcia and Walt Havenstein, respectively.
Senate Republican hopeful Bob Smith landed the highest mark of any federal candidate in the group's "Primary Grades" report.
The 2nd Congressional District Republican hopeful says it is time for "a new generation of conservative leaders to challenge the status quo."
Locked in a dead heat, Shaheen, Brown spar
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Fall hikers throughout NH put on notice
Team Obama: Faking right, voting left
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