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With Midterm Elections Over, Gov. Perry Heading to New Hampshire

AUSTIN, Texas -- The 2014 midterm elections are over and Texas Governor Rick Perry can rest assured that he will leave office in January with the state's government firmly in Republican hands. Now Perry's attention is turning back to the 2016 Presidential race, starting with a trip to the key early primary state of New Hampshire. Show More Summary

New Hampshire Election Report

While Republicans nationally enjoyed a wave election, Republican federal candidates in New Hampshire underperformed relative to other states. Scott Brown lost very narrowly to incumbent Jeanne Shaheen, dogged throughout the campaign with the “carpetbagger” label. Show More Summary

MSNBC’s Wagner in NH: Even Fox Called Shaheen and Brown Still Won’t Concede

2 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

It has been hours since several news outlets called the New Hampshire Senate race for Democrat Jeanne Shaheen, but her Republican opponent Scott Brown has still not conceded. MSNBC's Alex Wagner, who earlier in the day hounded Scott about his post-election plans, reported live from the Republican's New Hampshire headquarters to give some insight on what his camp is thinking.

New Hampshire Senate: Democrat Jeanne Shaheen wins reelection

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

New Hampshire Democrat Jeanne Shaheen won reelection to a second Senate term Tuesday, withstanding a late push by Republicans to use a toxic national political environment against her.

Democrat Jeanne Shaheen beats Scott Brown in New Hampshire

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) is projected to eke out a close win in her re-election bid after holding off a late surge from Republican challenger Scott Brown. NBC and ABC have called the race in Shaheen's favor, though results are still coming in. Show More Summary

Shaheen Defeats Brown in New Hampshire

Electoral-Vote.Com: The day some people were looking forward to and others were dreading is finally here. Most poll aggregators, including us, think the odds favor the Republicans to take over the Senate, but its not a done deal quite yet. Show More Summary

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen wins narrow re-election in New Hampshire

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) is projected to eke out a close win in her re-election bid after holding off a late surge from Republican challenger Scott Brown. NBC and ABC have called the race in Shaheen's favor, though results are still coming in. Show More Summary

Where Should Scott Brown Run for Senate Next?

Illustration: Thomas Nast/Library of Congress; Scott Brown: Seamas Culligan/ZUMA Former Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown's comeback bid hit a wall on Tuesday, as he failed to unseat New Hampshire Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. Show More Summary

Here Are The 8 States You Need To Watch Tonight

The road to a Senate majority is going to go through eight states – Alaska, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, New Hampshire, and North Carolina. Most experts are predicting Republicans will take control of the Senate this evening. Show More Summary

Scott Brown eyes second Senate upset, this time in New Hampshire

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Scott Brown, a Republican who stunned Massachusetts Democrats in 2010 when he won the U.S. Senate seat that Edward Kennedy had held for half a century, could notch another upset on Tuesday as he takes on Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire. Polls show a dead heat between Shaheen, a first-term...

NH GOP Chair: ‘Push’ Democrats’ Heads Under Water ‘Until They Can’t Breathe Anymore’

It’s no secret that right-wingers best respond to violent and nonsensical rhetoric, so it’s fitting that New Hampshire Republican Party chair Jennifer Horn went all-out at a rally to support Scott Brown on Sunday. Horn told voters what it would take to be successful in the Tuesday elections, and apparently it involves drowning (?). “Waves [...]

Watch NH GOP chair’s psycho campaign speech: Hold Dems’ heads under water ‘until they cannot breath’

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The chair of the New Hampshire Republican Party’s enthusiasm to win the midterms elections recently turned to bloodlust when she called on supporters to push Democrats to drown “over and over and over again” until they could not breath. During a Sunday campaign event to support...

Poll: New Hampshire Senate race is extremely close

That's according to two polls released Sunday, one of which gives incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen the edge while the other puts Republican challenger Scott Brown in the lead. A poll from WMUR said 46 percent of likely voters...Show More Summary

Poll: New Hampshire Senate race is all tied up

That's according to two polls released Sunday, one of which gives incumbent Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen the edge while the other puts Republican challenger Scott Brown in the lead. A poll from WMUR said 46 percent of likely voters...Show More Summary

New Hampshire GOP chair: We need to drown Democrats 'until they cannot breathe'

Republicans are hoping the midterms will be a wave election for the party, and polls suggest that could indeed be the case. But the party's top official in New Hampshire has taken the metaphor a little further, suggesting over the weekend that the GOP needs to drown its Democratic opponents. Show More Summary

Coulter: NH Debate Moderator ‘Wanted to Be a Hero’ With Liberals

Columnist and author “Never Trust a Liberal Over 3-Especially a Republican,” Ann Coulter argued that WMUR reporter James Pindell was trying to “be a hero” by questioning New Hampshire Senate candidate Scott Brown’s (R) knowledge of New Hampshire geography in an interview on Saturday’s “Justice with Judge Jeanine” on the Fox News Channel. Show More Summary

Stephanopoulos, ABC News Refuse to Apologize for False Scott Brown Attack

MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Mitt Romney, the Republican nominee for president in 2012 and a supporter of former Sen. Scott Brown’s campaign, decried an effort by the liberal media to falsely smear Brown during last night’s final New Hampshire Senate debate against incumbent Democratic Sen. Show More Summary

When A GOP Male Rep. Says Female Democrat Is Ugly As Sin And Can't Win

Rep. Ann McLane Kuster, 58, is the Democratic incumbent for the New Hampshire 2nd congressional district running for re-election against Republican opponent Marilinda Garcia, 31. New Hampshire State Rep. Steve Vaillancourt wrote a long...Show More Summary

Scott Brown gets tripped up on local New Hampshire geography

At the final debate in the New Hampshire Senate race, Republican candidate Scott Brown got into a bit of trouble on local knowledge. Moderator James Pindell noted that both Brown — a former senator from neighboring Massachusetts — and incumbent Democratic Sen. Show More Summary

Fundraising Chiefs: Four States to Set Election Night’s Tone

If Republican candidates win in North Carolina and New Hampshire, the GOP will have a good night. If Democrats win in Georgia and Iowa, the party will feel good about its chances of holding on to the Senate majority.

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