New Hampshire on Townhall

Christine Rousselle - Thu Oct 10

Tag! You' trouble? ... more

Heather Ginsberg - Sat Jun 8

After the recent death of Senator Frank Lautenberg and Chris Christie’s following announcement of a special election later this year, it reminds us that there are some critical senate seats up for grabs that could be potential winners for the GOP. ... more

Heather Ginsberg - Sat Mar 2

America - Fri Jan 11

“A New Hampshire lawmaker says her state needs to pass a law to keep conservatives from moving there. But they already have such laws—they’re called high tax rates.” ... more

Cherylyn Harley LeBon - Mon May 14

I am as partisan as the next Republican and when it comes to federal matters, I am not impressed with the legislative initiatives pushed by the Obama Administration and the previous Democrat—controlled Congress. Nationalized health care, stimulus funding, and endless job-killing regulations are all at the top of the list. ... more

Mike Shields - Fri Mar 2

New Hampshire’s 2nd Congressional District race will be a rematch from 2010 when Charlie Bass defeated career lobbyist Anne Kuster by less than two percent. ... more

Paul Greenberg - Thu Jan 12

There were no surprises in the New Hampshire presidential primary. The voting results followed expectations and the polls. ... more

Michael Barone - Thu Jan 12

To win just under 40 percent of the vote in a primary with five active candidates is pretty impressive, even for a candidate like Mitt Romney, who started off with significant advantages in New Hampshire. ... more

Jackie Gingrich Cushman - Thu Jan 12

Part of the joy of a presidential campaign is visiting different parts of the country. This past week was New Hampshire week. I've been to New Hampshire about a half-dozen times. It's a beautiful state. Mountains, ocean, beautiful forests and normally snow this time of year. However, we were snowless. ... more

Rich Galen - Wed Jan 11

Winning, in our culture, means coming in first. You don't win by coming in second or fifth. You win by coming in first. ... more