Skip to comments.Purple Primary Attracts More Republicans than Democrats
Posted on 09/12/2012 12:10:08 AM PDT by wizwor
Tuesday, September 11 New Hampshire State Primary Election polls close at 7:00 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Results are expected within minutes after polls close, based on previous elections. The Democratic and Republican Governors' races are gaining much attention after John Lynch, Democratic incumbent, decided to not seek re-election.
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Its exciting news. Is it possible that NH might be the first state to break read from the New England stronghold the Rats have held for so long?
One can hope.
It will be nice to see Lamontagne get the governorship after he was so gracious in losing the senate primary to Ayotte.
Once again, pro-life voters in NH's 1st District will have NO CHOICE for Congress, as GOP pro-death candidate Charles Bass (spit) faces off against the pro-death daughter of Satan Annie McLean-Kuster (spit); the darling of NARAL and Planned Parenthood. Wonder how 'Christians' will be voting for Bass?
Yes, he seems like a good guy.
NH used to be a solid GOP (and libertarian) state, only recently went purple.
Like many other conservatives in New Hampshire; I am voting with my feet...we’re leaving.
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