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The Conservative Agenda Driving New Hampshire Media's Political Kingmakers

As national media begin to focus their political coverage on campaigning by Republican presidential candidates in the lead-up to the New Hampshire primary, it's incumbent upon journalists to disclose the history of misinformation and...Show More Summary

Top Three Reasons NBC Fired Donald Trump

NBC fired Donald Trump today. Last week Trump's Miss Universe pageant was dropped by Univision. Both networks are reacting to racist remarks by the Republican Primary contender, who is currently running second in the New Hampshire polls,...Show More Summary

Why Bernie Sanders Will Become the Democratic Nominee and Defeat Any Republican in 2016

Bernie Sanders is down by just 8 points in New Hampshire and has gained tremendous momentum in Iowa. If the Vermont senator wins both the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary, the odds will favor him getting the Democratic nomination. Show More Summary

Clinton and Bush Hold Small Leads in New Hampshire

A new WMUR/CNN Granite State Poll finds Hillary Clinton with an 8 point lead over Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race for president, 43% to 35%. On the Republican side, the poll finds Jeb Bush remains on top at 16%, [...]

Trump’s jump in the polls

The latest Republican polling shows Donald Trump in second place...not just in New Hampshire, but nationwide. Now he’s pushing for the top spot with new...

Bloomberg Hosts Receive Praise From Donald Trump After Attributing His Polling Surge To His Xenophobic Message

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump lauded Bloomberg's Mark Halperin and John Heilemann on Twitter for their political analysis on his recent polling surge in New Hampshire. In their report, the co-hosts attribute much of Trump's...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Scores High In Early Primary State Poll, Is He A Threat To Other Contenders?

Donald Trump is doing great in one key primary state, according to a new poll released Tuesday in New Hampshire. The billionaire real-estate mogul running in the Republican presidential race surprised a lot of people when it was discovered that New Hampshire is backing the polarizing figure more than expected. Show More Summary

Trump Places Second in New Hampshire Poll. Don’t Freak Out.

Ugh. Donald Trump placed second among the crowded GOP field of presidential hopefuls in a new poll of New Hampshire Republicans that was released Tuesday. The Donald was the first choice of 11 percent of those surveyed, three pointsShow More Summary

Bush narrowly tops New Hampshire poll — with Trump a close second

CONCORD – Jeb Bush narrowly sits atop a very crowded pack of Republican presidential candidates and contenders in a new New Hampshire poll, with real estate mogul Donald Trump in second place. According to the Suffolk University survey released Tuesday morning, 14.4 percent of those likely to vote in next February’s Granite State GOP presidential […]

Trump Surges in Popularity in N.H., Taking Second Place in Suffolk Poll

He's dismissed by the political professionals, but there is no denying that the appetite for Donald Trump among Republican primary voters is real: He came in second, behind Jeb Bush, in a new poll of New Hampshire Republicans.

New Hampshire Poll Has Jeb Bush First and Donald Trump Second

A poll of New Hampshire voters shows Jeb Bush leading the candidates for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, with Donald J. Trump a surprising second. Mr. Bush is not doing nearly as well in Iowa polls.

Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest: Both parties nervously await Maggie Hassan's Senate decision

New Hampshire Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan Leading Off: • NH-Sen, Gov: Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan isn't expected to decide if she'll challenge Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte until after the legislative session ends around July 1. It...Show More Summary

GOP Launches Campaign Against Non-Candidate

New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan (D) still hasn’t decided whether she’ll run for Senate, National Journal reports. “But that hasn’t stopped New Hampshire Republicans from already spending over a million early dollars against” her. That’s because the “biggest boost Republicans [...]

South Carolina Republicans voice objections to Fox News, RNC over primary debate rules

Republicans from the 'First in the South' State join colleagues from New Hampshire in questioning the influence of the Fox News debate criteria in selecting the

Will ABC’s New Hampshire Republican Debate Find a Younger, Hipper Audience?

When social news startup IJReview announced today it would partner with ABC News to host next February’s New Hampshire Republican presidential debate, IJR founder Alex Skatell said the goal was “a debate that’s relevant to a youngerShow More Summary

In CNN Segment, 'Republican' Voter Talks Up Bernie Sanders on Free Education

On Tuesday and Wednesday, CNN's New Day aired pre-recorded segments in which co-anchor Chris Cuomo spoke with six New Hampshire voters about the presidential race. Although the group was supposedly balanced by including two Republicans,...Show More Summary

NH GOPers demand RNC official shut up or resign after learning she supports gay marriage

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Republicans in New Hampshire are hoping to force their representative to the national party to either resign or to stop expressing her personal opinions after she signed a letter supporting same-sex marriage. The Sentinel Source reported on Wednesday that New Hampshire House Rep. James W. McConnell...

ABC News Partners with IJReview to Host GOP Debate

IJReview, the 2-year old conservative news startup, and ABC News have announced a partnership to host the New Hampshire Republican Primary debate. The debate, which will air live in primetime on the ABC Television network and WMUR-TV, is scheduled for February 6 and will be held at St. Show More Summary

Bush says Clinton failed as secretary of state

DERRY, N.H. (AP) — Newly declared Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is fast out of the gate when it comes to criticizing Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic front-runner. In his New Hampshire debut as an official candidate,...Show More Summary

Bush wait-and-see on the pope, climate change

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush weighed into the hot topic of climate change and the Roman Catholic church at a town hall meeting on economic policy in Derry, New Hampshire, on Tuesday.

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