When New Hampshire gets close to Election Day, political parties and candidates get closer to Nashua. The state’s second largest city is also among its most politically volatile. As goes Nashua, generally so goes the state.
New Hampshire will help decide which candidates have a sporting chance of being president.
Everyone is waiting for the governor to make a decision. Whether or not she runs affects other races and politics in NH.
In NH politicians annually don green and attend Irish breakfast for St. Patrick's Day, but wouldn't it make more sense to pander to our French Canadian population?
The New Hampshire Statehouse is a lot of things. It is the oldest continuously used statehouse in the country. The building houses the third-largest legislature in the English-speaking world. But did you know it is also a place for superstition?
In December one of the biggest surprises in years occurred when the state’s House of Representatives picked 11-term Hudson Republican Shawn Jasper to be that body’s leader.
The very identity of the Republican Party is being redefined nationally and locally, and 2015 could be the year when Republicans begin to figure out what direction the party could take in the next generation.
2014 is the year the bottom dropped out on the local press.
Local Republicans privately say they are very worried about her even getting re-elected.