Couldn't they find someplace a little warmer?
Of the 10 final states from which the final vote was taken, NONE were in the south or southwest, largely due to the population density in those areas in which the 20,000 FSP signatories hope to make a serious impact.
Though Wyoming and Montana were also attractive- and Free West Project efforts continue there- NH does indeed offer a certain attraction aside from the weather:
NH State voter registration; September 02 2001 (after list purge)
REPUBLICANS 245,791 (37.3%) 233,363 (36.9%)
UNDECLARED 242,028 (36.8%) 232,805 (36.8%)
DEMOCRATS 170,405 (25.9%) 167,062 (26.4%)
posted on 12/29/2003 12:50:26 PM PST
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Good luck aand Happy New Year.
posted on 12/29/2003 12:58:46 PM PST
(Xin loi min oi)
Looking at the voter registration rolls, NH does look very attractive but I've never lived anywhere except CA and all I can think is BRRRRR.
Don't count me out, I was in NH once in the fall. It was beautiful. I might consider buying a winter home in Arizona becore relocating to NH, tho.
posted on 12/29/2003 1:08:44 PM PST
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