A Quick Look at Why Massachusetts Continues to Be Involved in NH Politics
Sep25

A Quick Look at Why Massachusetts Continues to Be Involved in NH Politics

Maybe it’s because New Hampshire has the coveted First in the Nation presidential primary, or maybe it’s because the Granite State and its southern neighbor were once united under the same government, but for whatever reason, Massachusetts loves to to meddle in New Hampshire politics. Just take this week for example. U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) came to the Granite State on Saturday to campaign for Democratic presidential...

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How Much Are Outside Groups Spending on the New Hampshire Senate Race? It’s Complicated.
Sep06

How Much Are Outside Groups Spending on the New Hampshire Senate Race? It’s Complicated.

In a debate against primary challenger Jim Rubens on Thursday, Sen. Kelly Ayotte had a chance to respond about the many negative attack ads that dominate the airwaves in this election against her and Gov. Maggie Hassan. “We’ve seen all the false, negative ads on TV falsely attacking me…these Washington Democrats want to dictate this election but I know this election is about the people of New Hampshire,...

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Retired Guardsman Scott Brown weighs in on NH National Guard controversy
Mar30

Retired Guardsman Scott Brown weighs in on NH National Guard controversy

Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, who last year retired as a Colonel in the National Guard after 35 years of service, is calling for a “full and impartial” probe of the circumstances that led to the conviction of former New Hampshire Army National Guard Commander Ray Valas on child sex trafficking charges.   Valas is serving a 15-year sentence while appealing his conviction.   “I am deeply concerned that the early warning signs...

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Brown says he’ll meet in coming weeks with Rubio, Walker, Graham, Bolton
Feb18

Brown says he’ll meet in coming weeks with Rubio, Walker, Graham, Bolton

Former Sen. Scott Brown says he has meetings planned so far with four potential presidential candidates as the first-in-the-nation primary campaign begins to ramp up.   In December, Brown told the Journal he intends to meet and give advice on New Hampshire campaigning to any presidential candidate who asks. He told the Journal in January that he would be a “facilitator” to acquaint presidential candidates with New Hampshire and...

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Granite Reports: Campaign finance reform PAC accused of violating campaign finance law
Nov22

Granite Reports: Campaign finance reform PAC accused of violating campaign finance law

THE IRONY… Talk about high irony. The Mayday PAC, formed in the last election cycle as “the super PAC to end all super PACs,” and to bring about substantial campaign finance reform, is now being charged by a conservative group with violating campaign finance laws.   The Center for Competitive Politics has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission charging that the super PAC headed by Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig...

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