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  • Brown, Shaheen tied in New Hampshire

    A CNN/ORC poll released Monday morning found in a poll of likely voters, 48 percent backed Brown and 48 percent backed Shaheen, the Granite State's popular former governor who is vying for a second term.

  • Scott Brown wins over New Hampshire Republicans

    Brown will now face Democrat Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in the general election. Shaheen has led Brown by a few points on average in recent public polls.

  • Rob Portman eyes presidential bid with New Hampshire visits

    The latest addition to the pool of potential Republican presidential candidates may not have national name recognition, but he has experience playing the part. Sen. Rob Portman, who kicked off his would-be campaign with a visit to New Hampshire Tuesday, has played the role of the Democratic...

  • The newest campaign sideshow: People dressed as animals

    The biggest newsmaker in New Hampshire politics right now isn't any elected official or candidate. It's a guy in a chicken suit.

  • Kelly Ayotte boosts her 'friend' Scott Brown in new ad

    "I'm the mother of a nine-year old and a six-year old and I want a better future," Ayotte says in the ad. "I support Scott Brown because I know that he's for fiscal responsibility, accountable government and, finally, a health care plan that works for all of us."

  • Scott Brown on whether man-made climate change proven: 'No'

    The GOP New Hampshire Senate candidate said Friday that climate change is not man-made, a reversal of the position he held when he unsuccessfully defended his Massachusetts Senate seat in 2012.

  • Is Scott Brown's rise in New Hampshire a good omen for Republicans?

    A new poll suggests Scott Brown could win a Senate race in New Hampshire, for reasons that would be good news for Republicans in other states.

  • Scott Brown pulls even with Jeanne Shaheen in New Hampshire

    The latest results from the WMUR Granite State Poll show the Republican has closed the gap with the Democratic incumbent to within the poll's margin of error.



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