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Capital Beat

Capital Beat: Possible presidential candidates building groundwork for 2016

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Actions speak a whole lot louder than words when it comes to presidential politics. With the midterm election still 86 days a way, no politician – Republican or Democrat – is foolish enough to overtly say he or she is running for president. But look around New Hampshire, and it’s clear a number of possible candidates are building the groundwork … 1

Capital Beat: Hassan, state employees union clash over veto

Sunday, August 3, 2014

The state’s largest public employee union is not happy with Gov. Maggie Hassan. Neither, for that matter, are lawmakers who worked for two years on a bill aimed at addressing workplace bullying of and by state employees. Hassan vetoed the bill Monday, leaving union members feeling like she didn’t fully hear their concerns … 2

Capital Beat: Republicans, Democrats mark battleground in race to control state Senate

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Political junkies have surely noticed the uptick in campaign activity between Democrats Kass Ardinger and Dan Feltes, who are competing to secure endorsements in a battle to replace Concord’s outgoing state senator, Sylvia Larsen. It’s the first seriously competitive state Senate race Concord has seen in 20 years, but when it comes down to the fight for control of the state Senate, it’s … 0