Tag Archives: New Hampshire

Shaheen ahead of Brown in NH by 3 points; she should be ahead by more

A world of Mark Fisher voters is out there. Unbelievable. Nose to spite face. “In one of the most surprising results of the Suffolk-Herald poll, Shaheen is winning more than 40 percent of Republican primary voters who supported one of Brown’s GOP challengers. That indicates many conservatives and other GOP voters still hold some animosity against the former Massachusetts senator…

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NH liquor sales hit record! How much from MA for NH state monopoly?

( – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) All those Massachusetts patrons (and perhaps a few Vermonters and Mainers) buying liquor help propel this year’s record sales of $603 million for state-owned liquor stores. Commission Chairman Joseph Mollica said relocation and renovation of 13 outlets, promotional campaigns, aggressive sales efforts and enhanced customer service practices contributed to setting the sales the…

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Ann Kuster Caught Committing Assault and Swearing on Camera

(Video captured by the Free State Project.) The Democratic nominee for New Hampshire’s 2nd congressional district, Ann Kuster, was caught on camera committing battery, possible larceny, and exclaiming “F*ck Him”. “ Nice job Annie. Expect chocolates and a thank you note from the Bass campaign. I’m sure more details will follow. But the video speaks for itself. Kuster’s behavior was…

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Mitt Romney MA-NH Volunteer Day – 01/07/2012

As a supporter of former Governor Mitt Romney to become our next president, I’m hoping to participate next weekend.   The New Hampshire Primary is coming up on January 10 and while Mitt looks like the man in charge according to the latest polls nothing can be taken for granted.  Here’s hoping we’ll not only pack the busses to capacity…

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Mitt Is a Flatlander

http://www.nationalreview.com/… As a native Granite Stater I had to chuckle at this: The poll also asked people to speculate why 75 percent of GOP voters weren’t backing Romney. Here are the reasons people gave: because of his Mormon religion (16 percent); flip-flops on issues, his health care plan and too many other candidates right now (all 10 percent); not conservative…

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