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Ray White More Concerned With Radical Beliefs Than With the Economy

District 9 Republican state Senate candidate a right-wing extremist Concord – Extreme right-wing candidate Ray White beat GOP establishment candidate Dave Danielson for the Republican candidacy in the District 9 state Senate race.   While New Hampshire is trying to pull itself through this recession, Ray White and his ultra- conservative agenda is more concerned with […]

NH Plan for Retiree Medical Funds Draws National Interest

CONCORD – New Hampshire’s adoption of a groundbreaking plan to allow local, county and state employee groups to set up medical trust funds for retirees has attracted national interest. The National Retiree Healthcare Summit in Washington D.C. has asked Senator Harold Janeway (D-Webster) to attend a conference in December to talk about New Hampshire’s efforts. […]

In Case You Missed It: State Revenues Up Slightly for Fiscal Year’s First 2 Months

Concord – Today, the Union Leader reported that over the first two months of the year state revenues are coming in higher than expected, which is another positive sign for New Hampshire’s rebounding economy. The Department of Administrative Services’ Commissioner Linda Hodgdon attributed this good news to a positive outlook by New Hampshire’s business owners. […]

Jim Luther More Concerned About China than New Hampshire

District 12 state Senate candidate out of touch with voters Concord – In an Aug. 31st interview with WSMN 1590 AM and in a stump speech posted on his Facebook page, District 12 GOP state Senate candidate Jim Luther showcases just how out of touch he is with the situation on the ground in New […]

In Case You Missed It: More Evidence of Job Creation by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Concord – A news article in the Nashua Telegraph yesterday highlighted the positive impact that the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act has had in New Hampshire.  According to the Telegraph, and the state Office of Economic Stimulus, over 8,300 jobs have been created in the Granite State, while just a little more than half of […]

Where are the Sanborns?

Senate and House candidates dodging questions about residency, stances on key issues Concord – After speculation has arisen over the Henniker residence of District 7 state Senate candidate Andy Sanborn and his wife, Merrimack District 5 House candidate Laurie Sanborn, voters are left to wonder where the fringe GOP couple actually lives. An August 29th […]

NH Senate Democrats Pave the Way for Victory in November

Republicans pull dismal filing figures in key races Concord – New Hampshire state Senators and candidates made an impressive financial showing today, exponentially outraising their Republican opponents and proving that New Hampshire has confidence in the Democratic legislative majority and wants to see it grow.  As of this afternoon, Democrats running for state Senate have […]

Sanborn and Santorum: Two Peas in a Pod

Failed former U.S. Senator, right-wing radical, too extreme for New Hampshire Concord – On Saturday, failed former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania and presidential hopeful Rick Santorum and right-wing state Senate candidate Andy Sanborn will be campaigning together at Sanborn’s bar room in Concord. Not only do Santorum and Sanborn have a record of being extremists […]

Jeb Bradley Silent on Conflict with John Stephen Campaign

State Senate candidate Beverly Woods challenges Bradley to explain discrepancy to voters Concord – Last week, Jeb Bradley’s voting record in the New Hampshire Senate collided with attacks from John Stephen’s gubernatorial campaign, of which Bradley is co-chair. In a Manchester Union Leader article from Aug. 13, John Stephen’s campaign made scathing attacks on Senate […]

Jeanie Forrester: Puppet of an Extreme Right-Wing Agenda

Fringe candidate Andy Sanborn leading the way on GOP campaign messaging Concord – Earlier today, District 2 State Senate candidate Jeanie Forrester released a shameless regurgitation of an opinion piece written this week by District 7 fringe State Senate candidate Andy Sanborn.  The statements mirrored each other, both in partisan rhetoric and in deliberate misinterpretation […]