Six Reasons why I Happily endorse Kelly Ayotte for Senate in NH

As I mentioned yesterday during my vote for Ann Wofford in Ma-3 piece I haven't talked much about the House and Senate but I would like to talk a bit about the Senate race in NH, specifically today about Senator Kelly Ayotte. Kelly Ayotte who you might remember was elected during the big red wave … Continue reading Six Reasons why I Happily endorse Kelly Ayotte for Senate in NH

The Single Best Ad I’ve Seen this Cycle is playing in NH

This is priceless Apparently they are running this is Arkansas too This should be running in every non-blue state where an incumbent Democrat is running I don't have much use for Karl Rove but this is the best ad I've seen from any candidate or group to this point. Exit question, if we are in … Continue reading The Single Best Ad I’ve Seen this Cycle is playing in NH

Some Post Primary Thoughts From Ma & NH

Well the Massachusetts & New Hampshire Primaries are over and I have thoughts about the results 1. I think Martha Coakley has one advantage over Steve Grossman when it comes to facing Charlie Baker, because she has lost a race to a republican she is unlikely to take him lightly. Granted it's unlikely the prospect … Continue reading Some Post Primary Thoughts From Ma & NH

Counting on Low Info Voters in NH

As I've made clear for a long time my preference in the NH GOP senate primary is someone other than Scott Brown (If I had a vote it would go to Senator Bob Smith) but this piece at Talking points memo is absolutely ridiculous. Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA), now a U.S. Senate candidate in … Continue reading Counting on Low Info Voters in NH

Political Effects of the McCullen v Coakley Case MA & New Hampshire

The McCullen v Coakley case that removed the three-point lines in Massachusetts is the potential to have some interesting effects on both the national level and the local level. Locally of course Coakley is Martha Coakley the current AG of Massachusetts now running for governor. Earlier this month Steve Grossman managed to get the endorsement … Continue reading Political Effects of the McCullen v Coakley Case MA & New Hampshire

Field guide to NRLC 2014 Andy Martin R-NH for Senate

I spoke to Senate Candidate Andy Martin at the Northeastern Republican Leadership conference in Nashua NH

What a Difference Three Years makes

I remember the first Scott Brown campaign. The crowds were incredible, the excitement was contagious, people in Massachusetts really believed it was a sign that the direction that had led us to ruin for decades might actually be ending. And the Grass Roots that had been silent for years, the people who were sick of … Continue reading What a Difference Three Years makes

Protest Scott Brown in NH, Win an AR-15

The good folks who support the 2nd Amendment in NH have a protest scheduled at the same time as Scott Brown's "Holiday Party" (which "Holiday", Arbor day?) at 5:30 at the HUNT MEMORIAL BUILDING 6 Main Street, Nashua, NH .  This event is going to be a call to oppose any candidate of any party … Continue reading Protest Scott Brown in NH, Win an AR-15