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Forrester rolls out key law enforcement endorsement

October 6, 2010 by Amelia Chasse  
Filed under HP_Featured, News & Politics

Republican Jeanie Forrester continues to gain momentum in her State Senate race against Democrat incumbent Deb Reynolds with an endorsement from Sheriff Doug Dutile. Coming on the heels of a week of bad publicity for Gov. Lynch and Democrat legislators over a new law that mandates early release for violent parole violators, this support from [...]

RGA Targets Lynch

October 5, 2010 by Amelia Chasse  
Filed under HP_Featured, News & Politics

The Republican Governor’s Association has entered the NH gubernatorial race, with an ad up this week that attempts to dismiss John Lynch’s relative personal popularity and focus the discussion on his failed policies. Titled “Nice Guy,” the spot features ordinary New Hampshirites stating that while they may like Lynch personally, they believe he’s on the [...]

John Lynch’s Willie Horton

October 1, 2010 by Amelia Chasse  
Filed under HP_Featured, News & Politics

Campaign ads exposing the crimes that had been committed as a result of Gov. Michael Dukakis’s inmate furlough program became the final nail in the coffin for his presidential bid in 1988. Because every good ad campaign needs a spokesperson, prisoner Willie Horton was introduced to Americans as the inmate who had raped and murdered [...]

Lynch on Biden blow off: “Very busy time for me”

September 28, 2010 by ShawnMillerick  
Filed under News & Politics

For the second time in a row, Democratic Gov. John Lynch avoided a public appearance with Vice President Joe Biden on Monday. Sources tell NowHampshire.com that Gov. Lynch was in Manchester meeting with firefighters around the time Biden was in Manchester. Lynch did not appear with Biden during the Vice President’s visit in August. Other [...]

No help from First Lady for Granite State Dems

September 22, 2010 by ShawnMillerick  
Filed under News & Politics

First Lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to hit the campaign trail hard in October to stump for key Democrat candidates. Between October 13th and 27th, she is scheduled to appear in Wisconsin, Illinois, New York, Washington, and California with both Senate and House candidates. Notably absent is a swing through New Hampshire, where the Democrats [...]

Sources: Sen. Cilley on ‘McCarthy-ite crusade’ to defend JUA raid

September 20, 2010 by ShawnMillerick  
Filed under HP_Featured, State House

Concord, NH- Sen. Jackie Cilley is on a McCarthy-ite crusade to stop on organization from shining a light on the state’s attempt to raid a private fund in order to balance its budget, NowHampshire.com’s State House sources tell us. Last Thursday the Joint Legislative Committee on Administrative Rights (JLCAR) met to discuss rules changes the [...]

Stephen gets big bounce in post-primary poll

September 18, 2010 by ShawnMillerick  
Filed under State House

Republican gubernatorial candidate John Stephen appears to have received a significant post-primary bounce according to a new Rasmussen poll. The poll of 500 likely New Hampshire voters shows Lynch with only a two-point lead over Stephen. Lynch earns 48% of the vote, while Stephen earns 46% of the vote. Last month Lynch had a 50% [...]

Lynch Taps “Kiss of Death” Maiola to Lead Campaign Effort

September 16, 2010 by ShawnMillerick  
Filed under News & Politics

Thank you Democrats for taking him!!!

Local Democrats wish death upon Sarah Palin

August 11, 2010 by ShawnMillerick  
Filed under State House

There’s only one way the tragic airplane crash in Alaska that ended the life of former-U.S. Senator Ted Stevens could have been better, according to New Hampshire Democratic activist and State Rep. candidate Keith Halloran: If Sarah Palin had been on it. In a Facebook post, Halloran, who describes himself as “an active local citizen [...]

Web remark shows Levasseur glorifying gun violence against Republicans; Lynch, Dems silent

March 28, 2010 by Patrick  
Filed under State House

Controversy continues to swirl around embattled Dem. State Rep. Nick Levasseur as a second comment on a social networking site appears to show him glorifying gun violence against Republicans. Levasseur has been in the center of a storm after claiming on Facebook that “two nukes just wasn’t enough” for the Japanese. After the anti-Japanese comment [...]

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