Boston Globe: Shaheen had bipartisan reputation as governor, but votes party line in D.C.
WASHINGTON — Senator Jeanne Shaheen rose to prominence in New Hampshire as a moderate Democratic governor, liberal on social issues and more conservative on fiscal matters, and willing to work with a Republican-controlled legislature. But since she rode that reputation to the US Senate five years ago, she has assembled a voting record that is practically indistinguishable from the Senate’s most partisan Democrats.
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