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Gov. Maggie Hassan answers a question as her Republican opponent, Walt Havenstein, listens during a live televised debate for governor hosted by WMUR, the New Hampshire Union Leader, and The New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College on Wednesday.

Candidates for governor take on economy, Ebola in debate

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Ebola, the economy and right-to-work legislation were among the topics that provided fodder for disagreement in Wednesday night's debate between Gov. Maggie Hassan and GOP challenger Walt Havenstein.

Supporters of Hassan, Havenstein stand by their picks

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Supporters of Gov. Maggie Hassan and her Republican challenger, Walt Havenstein, waited along the side of the street before being allowed to cross at 5 p.m. outside of the Granite State Debate between the two at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on Wednesday night

At the moment the clock struck 5 p.m. outside the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, and police officers gave supporters of Gov. Maggie Hassan and her Republican opponent, Walt Havenstein, permission to cross Saint Anselm Drive, the energy level went through the roof.

Trump fired up over NH mailer

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This campaign flyer has Donald Trump upset over the unauthorized use of his photo.

Donald Trump is upset that his image was used on a mailer sent out by the NH Democratic party without his knowledge or permission.

Claremont faces vote on proposed charter

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A proposed city charter on the ballot would bring sweeping changes to city government if approved by voters Tuesday.

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Gubernatorial candidates spend about $1.2 million each

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With less than week to go gubernatorial candidates are neck and neck in fundraising, while the Democratic Party is way ahead of the GOP

14 vying for 10 seats in the District 6 race Tuesday

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In the Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4, a crowded field of 10 Republicans and four Democrats are vying for 10 seats in the District 6 state representative race.

 

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State's High Court refuses to hear NH Right to Life appeal

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The New Hampshire Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal of anti-abortion activists who challenged the regulatory approvals that allow Planned Parenthood to prescribe medication used to induce...

Concealed carry fight looms in the state

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Gun-rights advocates plan to push legislation to get rid of the state law requiring a license to carry a concealed weapon here.

Committee rejects call for additional money to help charter schools

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The House Finance Committee decided Wednesday not to recommend legislation next year that would increase charter school funding.

House group rejects sending surplus to rainy day fund

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House Finance Committee turns thumbs down on proposal to put $15.3 million surplus into the state's rainy day fund.

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AG sued over documents in former Rockingham County attorney case

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Former Deputy Rockingham County Attorney Tom Reid filed a lawsuit against state Attorney General Joseph Foster claiming he is illegally withholding investigative files related to a months-long probe...

During this week's discussion on the potential sale of unused town properties, Hudson selectmen agreed the Hills Memorial Library might eventually be added to the list. The former library, built in 1909, has been costly to maintain, Selectman Ben Nadeau said.

Officials say old Hudson library hemorrhaging money

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The future of the Hills Memorial Library is uncertain as town officials consider ways to cut municipal spending in the coming years.

0 Derry's property tax rate drops

0 Derry Councilors vote to change starting time of meetings: earlier time will be tried for a month

0 Town tax rate about to get lower

0 Police want to know what Goffstown stakeholders think

0 Few attend Derry’s meet and greet for new administrator

Columns

Brown, Shaheen run hardest where support is deepest

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The Senate showdown between Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Scott Brown finds the two crisscrossing the state. But where are the potential bellwethers?

Joe McQuaid's Publisher's Notebook: Bradlee, B.J. and a heavenly forgiveness

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The famous Washington Post executive editor, who died last week, lived down the road from my folks in Candia when Ben had his first newspaper job, as a reporter for my father’s New Hampshire...

Dan Tuohy's Granite Status: Paul solicits the 'leave me the hell alone' vote

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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.

OPINION

Kuster's abortion lies: Claims against Garcia are untrue

George Will: In Georgia, a capitalist struggles

Jonah Goldberg -- Cure for gridlock: Take hard votes

The Obamaconomy: Shea-Porter shows its flaw

Charles Arlinghaus: How the cult of celebrity destroys our political culture

Another View -- Marco Rubio: Brown will stop the Obama agenda, put us on a better course

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