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More untruths about women from Ann Kuster.
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Hillsborough County Attorney Patricia LaFrance has earned a second term as the top prosecutor for the state's most populous county.
JONAH GOLDBERG
When gridlock results from cowardice.
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Shea-Porter reveals her economic cluelessness in debate.
CHARLES M. ARLINGHAUS
How political celebrity harms the political process.
MARCO RUBIO
Sen. Marco Rubio urges voters to support Scott Brown for U.S. Senate.
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The Londonderry town manager shows the governor how to manage a budget.
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Why don't police officers live in Manchester?
MARILINDA GARCIA
Marilinda Garcia says Rep. Annie Kuster is bad for senior citizens.
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Warehouse club health insurance shows the lie to Shaheen's Obamacare defense.
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Time for a change on the Hillsborough County Commission.
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President Obama said it best when he said on Oct. 2, "I am not on the ballot this fall. Michelle's pretty happy about that. But make no mistake: these policies are on the ballot. Every single one of...

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Last, desperate push coming before Nov. 4

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AS POLITICAL campaigns head into their final days, the focus moves from swaying undecided and independent voters to making sure support is maximized through get-out-the-vote efforts.

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Crunch time and the dollars are flying in NH races

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THE FIRST midterm election campaign finance reports that were due last week are usually less telling than the ones due at the end of this month. No candidate wants to show an opponent all the cards...

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Expect casino push to be all the talk

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THE PROPOSED $1.5 billion casino proposal for Everett, Mass., has spurred a lot of talk in New Hampshire about casino proposals in the coming legislative session.

Gary Rayno's State House Dome: A winter of discontent over energy costs

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POLITICIANS FROM both parties should rejoice that the mid-term election is in November and not January or February, when Granite Staters open their monthly electric bills.

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Past issues expected to come to the fore

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TO QUOTE THE noted Yankee philosophy Yogi Berra, "It's dj vu all over again," or The Who's "Meet the new boss, same as the old boss," the 2015 legislative session could look much like the past few...

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Road back to Senate anything but smooth

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SOME STATE SENATE candidates who believed they were going to have a free ride in the general election are not going to be so lucky.

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Which party controls the state Senate is up for grab

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LAWMAKERS return this week to take up the four bills Gov. Maggie Hassan vetoed from the 2014 session.

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Getting on the ballot requires a lot of ink

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No one submitted enough voter nominating petitions to qualify for the general election ballot for major office this year.

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Far-reaching implications of 'legal standings'

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BUSINESS TAX CREDITS for private and religious school scholarships were ostensibly the Supreme Court's focus last Thursday, but its ruling reaches into the heart of citizens' challenging their...

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Contribution, expenditure reports show wide range

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THE STATE CANDIDATES' first required contribution and expenditure reports were due last week and the money raised just grows and grows.

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: The 'numbers' say it's an election year

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MORE THAN ANY other issue, the battle over releasing preliminary figures on department spending for the recently concluded 2014 fiscal year says this is an election year.

Garry Rayno's State House Dome: Banner year for victims' advocates

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THE 2014 LEGISLATIVE session was a great year for victims' advocates as a number of significant bills made their way into law.

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