Wild Songbirds Spreading Salmonella Infection
Health
Wild Songbirds Spreading Salmonella Infection
2021-04-08 14:23:41
by Alexa Hornbeck

The CDC has issued a report finding that small, yellow-tinged songbirds from the finch family were linked to 19 infections of salmonella across the U.S.   Rachel Curtis-Robles, a public health educator and outreach officer for the California Department of... Read More

Pappas Leads Bipartisan Call For Support for New Hampshire’s Seacoast
Congress
Pappas Leads Bipartisan Call For Support for New Hampshire’s Seacoast
2021-02-11 19:39:32
by TWN Staff

WASHINGTON - Rep. Chris Pappas, D-N.H., led a group of 10 lawmakers this week in a bipartisan call for $100 million in funding for the National Sea Grant College Program in the next COVID relief package. Since the beginning of... Read More

Telecommute Taxation: States Take Sides Over Out-of-State Income Tax Dispute
State News
Telecommute Taxation: States Take Sides Over Out-of-State Income Tax Dispute
2021-01-13 20:59:09
by Reece Nations

CONCORD, N.H. — A collection of 14 states have now signed amicus briefs backing New Hampshire in the state’s appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to determine whether jurisdictions may tax the income of remote workers who cannot commute to... Read More

Tradition: 2 New Hampshire Towns Cast Votes After Midnight
State News
Tradition: 2 New Hampshire Towns Cast Votes After Midnight

DIXVILLE NOTCH, N.H. (AP) — Two tiny New Hampshire communities that vote for president just after the stroke of midnight on Election Day have cast their ballots, with one of them marking 60 years since the tradition began. The results... Read More

NH-02: Steve Negron (R)
House Watch
NH-02: Steve Negron (R)
2020-11-02 03:38:02
by TWN Staff

About Negron: Steve Negron is the founder, president and CEO of Integron, LLC, a small, minority- and Veteran-owned company in Nashua N.H. This is his second time running for Congress in the 2nd district.  A longtime officer in the U.S.... Read More

NH-02: Ann L. McLane Kuster (D)
House Watch
NH-02: Ann L. McLane Kuster (D)
2020-11-02 03:19:23
by TWN Staff

About McLane Kuster: Ann L. McLane Kuster was born and raised in Concord, N.H. Her parents were community leaders who taught her the importance of public service through example. McLane Kuster's mother, Susan McLane, served in the New Hampshire State... Read More

NH-01: Matt Mowers (R)
House Watch
NH-01: Matt Mowers (R)
2020-11-02 03:03:54
by TWN Staff

About Mowers: As the senior White House advisor at the State Department, Mowers advised the U.S. Secretary of State and was engaged on many issues. Later he helped lead the $6 billion United States’ global HIV program (PEPFAR) which has... Read More

What to Watch in New Hampshire, Rhode Island Primaries This Week
2020 Elections
What to Watch in New Hampshire, Rhode Island Primaries This Week

Two of the nation’s final primary contests of the cycle will be decided Tuesday, in New Hampshire and Rhode Island, but one of the most interesting tests will be over the power of someone who’s not on the ballot: President... Read More

Moderates Prevail Among Dem Voters in New Hampshire
2020 Elections
Moderates Prevail Among Dem Voters in New Hampshire
2020-02-12 17:36:03
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont eked out a win in New Hampshire by appealing to young, liberal college students in the state, but his victory was far from an endorsement of the party's far left. In fact, with... Read More

Klobuchar Raises $2 Million Off Strong Debate Performance
2020 Elections
Klobuchar Raises $2 Million Off Strong Debate Performance

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Amy Klobuchar’s campaign said it had raised $2 million from donors in all 50 states since Friday night’s debate, in which she went on the offensive against the front-runners for the Democratic presidential nomination. The pace was... Read More

Democratic Hopefuls Scramble as New Hampshire Primary Nears
2020 Elections
Democratic Hopefuls Scramble as New Hampshire Primary Nears

CONCORD, N.H. — Democratic presidential candidates, fresh off the most contentious debate of this nominating contest, plunged Saturday into a final weekend of campaigning before the New Hampshire primary, with two front-runners looking to score a clearer victory than their... Read More

Buttigieg Wins Most Iowa Delegates After Party Reviews Caucus
2020 Elections
Buttigieg Wins Most Iowa Delegates After Party Reviews Caucus

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Pete Buttigieg appears to have sealed his victory in Iowa after the state’s Democratic Party released on Sunday corrected results from its disputed caucuses. Buttigieg now has 14 delegates from Iowa to Bernie Sanders’ 12. Elizabeth Warren... Read More

Candidates Flock to New Hampshire, Where Stakes Have Risen After Iowa Muddle
2020 Elections
Candidates Flock to New Hampshire, Where Stakes Have Risen After Iowa Muddle

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Democratic presidential hopefuls arrived in New Hampshire before dawn Tuesday for a weeklong primary sprint made more urgent by the vote-counting chaos that left the Iowa caucus results a muddle. The lack of verified, complete results from... Read More

New Hampshire Still Number One, Vegas Bets on Becoming a Bellwether
2020 Elections
New Hampshire Still Number One, Vegas Bets on Becoming a Bellwether
2020-01-21 22:07:57
by Dan McCue

Given the massive media attention it receives every four years as home to the first-in-the-nation presidential primary, it's sometimes easy to forget that New Hampshire is also a swing state. For decades, polling has shown independent-minded New Hampshirites are nearly... Read More

Sanders Trails Biden, Warren in Quinnipiac New Hampshire Poll
Opinion Polls
Sanders Trails Biden, Warren in Quinnipiac New Hampshire Poll

Bernie Sanders represents Vermont in the U.S. Senate but next door in New Hampshire, voters prefer three of his rivals. That’s according to a new Quinnipiac University poll released Monday that shows a tight race for the Democratic nomination. Former... Read More

New Hampshire Governor Vetoes Bipartisan Bid For Redistricting Commission
State News
New Hampshire Governor Vetoes Bipartisan Bid For Redistricting Commission
2019-08-13 23:06:21
by Dan McCue

New Hampshire's Republican governor, Chris Sununu vetoed a bipartisan bill Friday that would have created an independent redistricting commission to draw the state's legislative and congressional district maps following the 2020 elections. In a letter explaining his veto, Sununu said... Read More

New Poll Finds GOP Voters in New Hampshire Sticking With Trump
In The News
New Poll Finds GOP Voters in New Hampshire Sticking With Trump
2019-05-14 23:02:58
by Dan McCue

Seventy percent of likely Republican voters in New Hampshire plan to back President Donald Trump in the state's 2020 primary regardless of who might be challenging him by then, a new Monmouth University poll revealed. The poll, which was released... Read More

Congressional Delegation Secures New Hampshire Additional $11.9 Million in Opioid Funds
Opioids
Congressional Delegation Secures New Hampshire Additional $11.9 Million in Opioid Funds
2019-03-30 00:16:11
by Dan McCue

New Hampshire will receive an additional $11.9 million to address the state's opioid crisis thanks to the willingness of the Granite State's congressional delegation to reach across the aisle and seek bipartisan support for the infusion of federal funding. New... Read More

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