Too late. The FSP was one of the fundamentals (along with the Massh*le ivasion on election day) that turned this formerly conservative state blue. NH now has a Democrat governor (some say almost as smart as Patty Murray), and they added 31 Democrats to the State Legislature. Conservatives that don't have roots in NH should look to the south and west while they can.
There was an article posted after the election that showed, the southern counties/districts where people from Mass had migrated overwhelmingly voted for Bush. It's the mid and upstate areas, that have been trending blue...I don't think Free staters are to blame for this, they haven't been there long enough. Maybe you're also seeing an influx of Mainers from the east...
There are less than 750 FSP'ers in the entire state of NH... I think that the margin was greater than 750 votes for sKerry . NH needs to get their voting laws set up to prevent and detect fraudulent voting.
Yeah right. All 75 of us Free Staters who had moved to New Hampshire by then were the reason that 14,000 of angry Concord residents turned out Craig Benson, who was laying a bunch of them off and who was having the temerity to expect government to live within its means.
You're right, this state has problems, but the Free Staters are coming in as reinforcements for the conservatives against the tax-and-spend gun banners. Blaming us for Lynch's victory is nonsense.
If you look at the town-by-town election results on the Secretary of State's website, you'll see that every town along the Mass border except for the far eastern ones had healthy majorities for both Benson and Bush.