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First polls after debate show Hillary Strengthening in Key States

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Whether it was her debate performance or the constant negative attacks and massive advertising push this week, Hillary has seen a resurgence in state polls released Friday. Prior to Friday, the only polls done since the debate were “snap” and online polls – neither of which are to be trusted. Now we get a look at the first scientific polls ...

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New Hampshire Primary results and live updates

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Polls just started to close in New Hampshire as a massive turnout of voters begins the process of selecting the nominee for the Republican and Democrat parties. New Hampshire has a record of accurately selecting the winning nominees. Results next and live updates of news and info further down. *Refresh for updates* Current Results: GOP: (90% of vote in) (Projected Winner, ...

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New Hampshire primary voters flock to polling sites in massive numbers

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New Hampshire polls begin closing at 7pm tonight and voter turnout is massive by all measures. Traffic was backed up for an estimated 2 miles in Merrimack, NH as the sun set on primary voting day. Precinct moderator given permission to stay open as long as she deems necessary to facilitate voting. *update* Precinct moderator has had officials mark the ...

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Two Men in the News. One is a Hero.

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This week the media is all aflutter over the idea that one obscure basketball player has admitted he is gay. Jason Collins, the little used center for the Washington Wizards decided the world needs to know his sexual orientation. Prior to this announcement the season averaging 1.1 point bench player was a relative unknown to most. A cynical person might ...

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American Federation of Teachers-New Hampshire Incisive Candidate Survey

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Steve MacDonald, author of Granite Grok, posted on June 26th the wonderful new candidate survey AFT-NH is distributing, which is centered on two words: “money and power.” McDonald stated that: The entire survey is dedicated to asking whether you will do anything to curb public union power or will vote to change how public union teachers are compensated, their pensions,  ...

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The part of James O'Keefe's video that no one is talking about

James O’Keefe’s latest video – in which several election officials in New Hampshire handed out ballots for dead people – has a lot of people talking about the issue of requiring photo ID at polling places.  But for me, it immediately brings up a different question. Why should it be illegal to videotape public officials? When some local politicians in ...

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Live Free or Die- Either Way,Vote: O'Keefe Exposes Voter Fraud

A few days ago I authored a post about the insanity of the Department of Justice and the NAACP as they prepared to bring suit against South Carolina in protest of recent voter i.d. laws enacted there.  South Carolina officials feel requiring citizens to present identification at the polls would cut down on voter fraud.  The DOJ and NAACP felt ...

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New Hampshire results didn't change anything

Mitt Romney’s long-expected triumph in New Hampshire came to be and yet .. nothing changed. New Hampshire is home to all of 12 total delegates in the GOP nomination fight where 1,144 are required to secure the republican spot which means having won the state doesn’t put Romney much closer to the end goal. With no one changing anything in ...

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Mitt takes New Hampshire; Paul, Huntsman trail

As soon as the polls closed, major outlets such as Fox News wasted no time in calling the election for former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. Holding 35%+ of the vote throughout the first hour of vote counting, Romney has undoubtedly taken the top spot while Ron Paul has shown well at just under 25% of the vote and Jon Huntsman holding ...

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