In New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton is expected on Friday to criticize Republican presidential candidates’ call to shut down the Export-Import Bank—a move she says would hurt small businesses.
Rep. Frank Guinta (R-NH) Rep. Frank Guinta's trouble with the Federal Election Commission shouldn't have come as a surprise to anyone. The $355,000 the New Hampshire Republican loaned his own campaign in 2010 was clearly shady from the beginning, since there was no way he had $355,000 to lend himself. Show More Summary
Bob Beckett takes his duty to vet presidential candidates in the nation’s first primary so seriously that it’s listed as his profession on his business card: “Registered New Hampshire Voter.” He might want to have a few more printed up next year. The Granite State primary is poised to play an even bigger role than…
Republican Jeb Bush delved into climate politics during a campaign-style house party in New Hampshire at which he took questions from voters on his viewpoints as he considers whether to seek the Republican presidential nomination in 2016.
She can't yet legally order a beer or rent a car, but 19-year-old college student Yvonne Dean-Bailey was elected yesterday to New Hampshire's...
Speaking to about 60 business and Republican leaders in New Hampshire, the former Florida governor and likely presidential candidate blamed the Democratic president for allowing the rise of the violent extremist group that has captured vast parts of Iraq and Syria. [...]Show More Summary
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- Rarely does the fate of a scandal-plagued lawmaker matter much in the race for the White House. But Frank Guinta isn't like most other congressmen. The New Hampshire Republican won his seat last November -- his second stint in Congress after winning in 2010, then losing in 2012. He represents the Granite […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker John Boehner stopped short Tuesday of defending embattled Rep. Frank Guinta, saying lawmakers must meet "the highest ethical standards" when asked if the New Hampshire Republican should remain in Congress. Boehner's...Show More Summary
Republican Rep. Frank Guinta Leading Off: • NH-01: Rep. Frank Guinta has certainly seen better days. Last Wednesday, the New Hampshire Republican paid a fine to the FEC over a mysterious (and illegal) $355,000 campaign loan from his parents, perhaps thinking that he could put this long-running story behind him. Show More Summary
Embattled New Hampshire GOP congressman Frank Guinta Rep. Frank Guinta has certainly seen better days. Last Wednesday, the New Hampshire Republican paid a fine to the FEC over a mysterious (and illegal) $355,000 campaign loan from his parents, perhaps thinking that he could put this long-running story behind him. Show More Summary
The likely Republican presidential contender was asked during a town hall event in New Hampshire Monday evening why he believed he would be well-suited to run against the favorite for the Democratic nomination if he chooses to run and wins his party's nomination. Among his reasons, Christie cited his commanding victory over Democrat Barbara Buono during his re-election campaign.
In New Hampshire today, New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie delivered a hawkish and detailed national security speech, referencing his experience as a U.S. attorney in prosecuting terrorism cases. In doing so, he advanced an argument for himself as a credible commander in chief. The most effective part of his speech was his defense of […]
Mitt Romney encouraged graduates at Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire, on Sunday to "live a large life." Romney, the former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential candidate, was quick to note that living a large life didn't mean getting rich and famous, however. Show More Summary
New Hampshire Republican Rep. Frank Guinta in better days Leading Off: • NH-01: Republican Rep. Frank Guinta, who represents New Hampshire's swingy 1st District, has spent the last few years ignoring questions about a mysterious six-figure donation he made to his campaign in 2010. Show More Summary
GOP Rep. Frank Guinta Republican Rep. Frank Guinta, who represents New Hampshire's swingy 1st District, has spent the last few years ignoring questions about a mysterious six-figure donation he made to his campaign in 2010. Guinta'sShow More Summary
Amid criticism from some Republicans over donations to the Clinton Foundation that had not been previously disclosed, ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos said he would not moderate a New Hampshire Republican debate ABC will carry in February. In an interview with Politico, Stephanopoulos said he was a fair moderator, but would step aside. Show More Summary
Former New York Gov. George Pataki says he'll announce May 28 in New Hampshire whether he will seek the Republican nomination for president. Continue reading ? The post Former New York Governor George Pataki to announce GOP presidential run appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Former New York Gov. George Pataki says he'll announce May 28 in New Hampshire whether he will seek the Republican nomination for president. Pataki has made repeated visits to New Hampshire since saying in January he was considering a White House campaign.
LONDONDERRY – He was caught on camera giving a licking to a Democratic tracker's lens, but that won't cost one of Sen. Rand Paul’s top presidential campaign officials in New Hampshire his job. The Republican senator from Kentucky’s presidential campaign confirmed to NH1 News on Tuesday that David Chesley will remain as Granite State political […]
Campaigning in New Hampshire, Gov. Chris Christie struck a theme increasingly common among those in the Republican presidential field: the need to reduce income inequality.