- Senate candidates sharply divided on Islamic threat, Ebola, Obamacare
- Shaheen, Brown supporters gather at final debate
- Thomas Menino, Boston's longest-serving mayor, dies at 71
- Candidates for governor take on economy, Ebola in debate
- Trump fired up over NH mailer
- Claremont faces vote on proposed charter
- Gubernatorial candidates spend about $1.2 million each
- 14 vying for 10 seats in the District 6 race Tuesday
- Supporters of Hassan, Havenstein stand by their picks
- Accusations fly as Kuster, Garcia clash in 2nd CD debate
A study shows the political ads on the U.S. Senate race between Democrat Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Scott Brown have been nothing short of relentless.
Sen. Rand Paul stars in a new ad for Senate GOP hopeful Scott Brown. Brown welcomes the big-name support ahead of Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen's big rally with Hillary Clinton on Sunday.
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.
Trump fired up over NH mailer
School's out for voters