After four years of Maggie Hassan vacillating between bitter partisanship and outright neglect, New Hampshire desperately needs a governor who can get the mechanics of state government working again.
After years of wielding tremendous influence on the New Hampshire Legislature, the state's largest teachers' union has decided to cut out the middleman and grab itself a seat in the state Senate.
A Republican-led Senate will be needed to block a President Clinton from liberal initiatives. If it's a President Trump, we will need Republicans like Ayotte who say no to whatever looney tunes...
As she completes her first term representing New Hampshire in the U.S. Senate, Nashua Republican Kelly Ayotte should be proud of her service.
The Department of Health and Human Services makes up half of New Hampshire state government. Under Gov. Maggie Hassan, it is in shambles.
When relatives of children returned to abusive households by the state Division of Children, Youth and Families wanted to sue, the Hassan administration tried to keep them behind the curtain.
In 2014, state Representatives Gary Daniels and Regina Birdsell gave up their seats to run for state Senate.
Not content to meddle in New Hampshire's U.S. Senate race, billionaire bully and gun control nut Michael Bloomberg is now shopping for a state Senate seat.