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Ben Sarro’s Interview with VT Congressman Peter Welch

Ben talks with Welch about the high cost of propane and  US Energy Policy on March 5, 2014. 

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Bob Smith to Announce Senate Candidacy Tuesday

Senator Bob Smith will formally declare his candidacy for the US Senate on Tuesday, March 4th at 12:00 noon in the lobby of the legislative office building located at 33 North State Street in Concord, NH. During the press conference,

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Marilinda Garcia Addresses Newport Crowd

Marilinda Garcia one of the republican candidates seeking the New Hampshire’s Second Congressional District seat addressed a pack room Thursday night at Newport’s Richards Library. Garcia is serving her fourth term as a NH representative for Salem and is on

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Snow Keeps Crowd Away, But Voters Express Their Appreciation to Ayotte

Snowy slippery roads were responsible for Senator Kelly Ayotte’s running behind time and keeping some people from attending her Town Hall Meeting in Claremont on Wednesday. Ayotte however was able to speak with everyone personally and gave a power point

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Senator Shaheen Meets with Sen Johnny Isakson Today in Concord

U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) is meeting with U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA) to discuss their efforts in bridging the partisan gap in Washington and to reform the federal budgeting process at 2:00 pm today at UNH’s Warren B. Rudman

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Democrats Follow Ruebens to Appearances

Jim Reubens spoke to Sullivan County Republicans and two employees of the democrat party last night. The democrat workers are a constant at Reubens’ appearances where they video his appearances. Reubens explained to the audience who they were and warned

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Governor Hassan’s Statement on State Employees Contact Negotiations

CONCORD – Governor Maggie Hassan issued the following statement today on contract negotiations with the State Employees Association (SEA): “I have the utmost respect and admiration for New Hampshire’s hardworking, dedicated and highly skilled state employees. I understand and appreciate

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Scott Brown, Is He Running?

Scott Brown Massachusetts Senator who played with Cheap Tricks at the Hampton Ballroom Casino last weekend has scheduled two appearances in New Hampshire this fall. Brown’s stops in the state are fueling rumors he is considering a bid for the

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George Lambert Gubenatorial Candidate Speaks with Sullivan County Republicans

George Lambert a State Representative from Litchfield NH spoke to the Sullivan County Republican Committee meeting at Richard’s Library on Tuesday evening. Earlier this summer the Litchfield Rep announced he was looking at a run against Maggie Hassan in 2014

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Claremont Councilman Resigns

Tom Burnham Claremont City Councilman gave his letter of resignation on Thursday, citing personal reasons. The move comes after Burnham left after a non-public session Wednesday night, pursuant to RSA 91-A;3-ll (a) Personal which was moved from its 9:40 pm

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