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The Ebola Scare Virus

The World Health Organization labeled Ebola “the most severe, acute health emergency seen in modern times.” This is in part because it affects the world’s most vulnerable populations. 130 more words


One great reason for NH to elect Scott Brown for U.S. Senate this year – just look at his opponent, incumbent Jeanne Shaheen

Jeanne Shaheen’s Ebola Opportunities Team

Ann Coulter | Oct 22, 2014

In this year’s midterm elections, New Hampshire’s Scott Brown is taking on the slickest Democratic politician since John Edwards. 892 more words

Reminder: Every Democrat senator was the deciding vote on ObamaCare

As Campaign 2014 heads into the final week,  Democrats seem to be holding the line and limiting Republicans to a gain of only 6 seats. That’s still enough for the Republicans to gain control of the Senate, but less than what it was a couple of days ago. 123 more words


NECN debate: As race tightens, no clear winner seen

By Max Sullivan, Contributing Writer

CONCORD — Tuesday night’s debate in Concord between the incumbent U.S. senator and her competitor was decidedly close, said sources such as WMUR. 561 more words


Brown, Shaheen go head to head in NECN debate

By Nick Stoico, Executive Editor

CONCORD — Before the cameras went live Tuesday evening at the Capitol Center For The Arts, the venue for the first televised debate between Senate candidates Jeanne Shaheen and Scott Brown, NBC News Political Director and Debate Moderator Chuck Todd asked just one thing of the audience: silence. 743 more words


Dream Bills in Concord

By Tom Spencer

In a lightening round of questioning, moderators posed a hypothetical scenario to Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and her challenger Scott Brown during Tuesday’s debate at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord. 63 more words


"Hoping No One Would Notice": Scott Brown Tries To Fake His Way Through A Debate

About 20 years ago, there was a great episode of “Cheers,” featuring a city councilman who goes to the bar to ask voters for support. “Kevin Fogarty, City Council. 533 more words