National Review: Candidate was less of a problem than the Republican brand




In New Hampshire we didnít have any senate races, but the same phenomenon was observable downticket, including for both GOP House seats. Statewide, Charlie Bass, whoís a classic RINO squish, and Frank Guinta, who isnít, drew about six per cent fewer votes than Mitt, and both lost. Regardless of what kind of Republican you are, the electorate was antipathetic to you.
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