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Town Meeting

Quaint tradition or microcosm of national politics?

Electoral Radar

This could be the end for same-day registration.

The Bigger Picture

Changing the Electoral College would make NH voters less powerful.

Power Surge

After 15 years of bruises, a recharged GOP arises.

It's Complicated

That's how the state's Facebook status would read.

Tribal Summit

Use this holiday to bridge some political divides

Swing Shift

Are we really that predictable?

Political Timber?

Why there's a shortage in "old growth" candidates.

Double Negative

If both sides are “evil,” then what’s a voter to do?

Counterpoint: The Positive Effects of Rail

In our July issue, James Pindell discussed the politics of a Boston-NH rail line. Here, a local business owner responds.

All in the Cards

Politics shouldn't get lost in the shuffle.

Mixed Message

The curious condition of the local Libertarian Party

Corporate Rail

Who would a Boston-NH train really help?

Color Commentary

Change is a constant, especially in politics, but some changes last longer than others.

Counter Revolution

Sanders argued it’s time for a political revolution, but no one is picking up a pitchfork to help lead the movement.
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