Dan Tuohy - Granite Status
There's no way to sugarcoat this: Republican candidates for Congress are badly outgunned financially as we head into the final 2 1/2 weeks of the general election campaign.
Democrat Chris Pappas and Republican Eddie Edwards genuinely seem to like one another, but this 1st Congressional District race is going to get a lot rougher in the next few weeks.
A small universe of elected officials will select the Secretary of State for the next two years, but the campaign has become very public and increasingly bitter.
Has anyone else noticed that we are two weeks past the primary and several major candidates for office have failed to raise enough money to be airing ads on television?
The official numbers will likely not come out until the end of business today, but the Democratic turnout Tuesday clearly blew away the all-time record for a state primary in any year, presidential...
It was bound to happen but this sure got bitter at the very end.
It's another week and another Democratic heavyweight picks sides in the 11-person primary in the 1st Congressional District — and the choice is a familiar one.
When it comes to economic and personal freedom, New Hampshire has been knocked off its pedestal by Florida of all places.
We saw with an attack mailing last weekend in a state Senate Republican primary race why 2018 remains wildly unpredictable.
The parade of past presidential contenders getting involved in the 1st Congressional District Republican primary reveals how competitive this race has become.
Republican congressional candidate Eddie Edwards of Dover holds the Trump-embraced views on Obamacare (he wanted it repealed) and immigration reform (no amnesty, tighter borders) in his 1st District...
Leaders in both political parties in the New Hampshire House of Representatives forgot an essential truth about special sessions.
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