Primary Turnout Report From Merrimack NH

by Steve MacDonald September 9, 2014
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I just did my civic duty and exercised my right to vote. While I was there I spoke to a dozen candidates, activists, friends, folks out in the sun holding totems and shaking hands.  The first obvious question is how is the turnout?  The answers were “Lousy.”  “Low.”  “Pathetic.” Merrimack is a large, Republican town.  […]

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Sifting The New Hampshire Rubble For Small Victories

by Steve MacDonald November 7, 2012

New Hampshire Democrats appear to have taken advantage of Judge John Lewis’ decision to scrap the domicile rules.  The end result was that busload after busload of out of state students were ferried to the polls to vote in New Hampshire.  They killed the constitutional amendments.  They elected a Democrat governor.  And they gave New […]

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