This year's campaign sounds a bit like a schoolyard spat.
As things start cooking in the New Hampshire State House kitchen, fewer can take the heat.
An Ayotte Vice Presidential pick would be another New Hampshire first.
This year's race for governor a bit like a box of chocolates.
In NH politics, what pops up gets whacked down.
New U.S. Census data may shatter the image of how we see ourselves. New Hampshire is increasingly less Portsmouth, Plymouth and Peterborough and more Hollis and Hudson and Hampstead.
One myth is that most people in New Hampshire know their state reps.
Because it's party time for NH politics.
Why protests in the Granite State are fewer and farther between.
During the only televised debate for governor last fall, a question was read carefully. "It would not be election season in New Hampshire without the following question: Do you pledge to veto any broad based sales or income tax." Gov.…