Former U.S. Sen Bob Smith tops straw poll at annual CNHT picnic in Hillsborough
The poll was taken Saturday at the annual picnic of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers held at the American Legion Hall 59 in Hillsborough.
Several attempts to reach Edward Naile of the Coalition, other event organizers and several candidates were unsuccessful.
"People are pretty energized. People are very concerned with what's going on with our state's economy and our national economy," Tilton said.
A Ruger Takedown Rifle and Ruger .380 LCP pistol were raffled off at the event.
Rubens discussed his concerns about deficit spending and growth in the federal government since the Sept. 11 terrorist attack, Tilton said.
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