New Hampshire 2016 presidential primary

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Politico: Cruz Looks to Show National Reach in New Hampshire

KEENE, N.H. — No one expects Ted Cruz to win Tuesday’s primary here. But he’s not writing off the state either — far from it — and some of the Texan’s allies say he has a real shot at showing he’s more than just the candidate of the evangelical right.

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Rubio’s Tough Night

Everyone knew that Christie was going to come after Rubio hard, and yet Rubio let himself get steamrolled. He either got rattled by the assault or thought he was sticking to his message by bringing it back to the point that Obama’s intentions, not his lack of experience, accounts for the disasters of his administration.


Gallup: New Hampshire Now Least Religious State in U.S.

New Hampshire is now the least religious state in the United States, edging out Vermont, according to a new Gallup survey, while Mississippi retains its spot as the nation’s most religious state.

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Jeb Bush To Voters in New Hampshire: ‘Please Clap’

On the stump at the Hanover Inn in New Hampshire, Jeb Bush was apparently expecting a thunderous round of applause after a passionate speech about how he would protect the country as commander-in-chief.

Republican presidential candidate, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush speaks at the New Hampshire Forum on Addiction and the Heroin Epidemic at Southern New Hampshire University, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2016, in Manchester, N.H.

Jeb Bush Supporters: ‘Poor Jeb’

Jeb Bush’s supporters are expressing sympathy for their candidate, once presumed by the GOP establishment as the party’s inevitable nominee for president in 2016.

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Bernie Sanders Stomps Hillary Clinton In NH: 60% to 33%

In the state of new Hampshire, according to a CNN/WMUR poll, Bernie Sanders has jumped to an astonishing +27 point lead over Hillary Clinton. The “inevitable” Hillary earns just 33% support, compared to Bernie’s 60%. Last month, in this same

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New Hampshire Surge: John Kasich Second Only to Donald Trump

With the primary just three weeks away, John Kasich appears to be enjoying something of a surge in New Hampshire. The latest ARG poll out of the state shows the Ohio governor enjoying a second place showing with 20% support.

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Jeb Bush Drops to 4 Percent; Compares Himself to John McCain

Jeb Bush has dropped to 4 percent support among the GOP presidential field according to a newly released Pew Research Center poll. Asked about his response to his donors while campaigning in New Hampshire, Bush compared his path to 2008 Republican nominee John McCain.


NYT’s Healy: Jeb Had ‘A Challenge Connecting’ In New Hampshire

New York Times Political Correspondent Patrick Healy reported that former Florida Governor Jeb Bush “really had sort of a challenge connecting” with the audience in New Hampshire on Monday’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on MSNBC. “I was sort of struck by Jeb Bush

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Bobby Jindal Advocates for School Choice in New Hampshire

Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) addressed the New Hampshire Republican Leadership Summit on Saturday. Currently considering joining the 2016 presidential race, Jindal shared what the American Dream has meant for his family, especially how education created opportunities.

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Rubio in NH: 2016 Will be a Referendum on Our Identity as a Nation

America is “engaged in a global competition” for investment and talent, Marco Rubio says, and is being held back by regulations that are crushing innovation, an excessive corporate tax rate, businesses that are not growing because of Obamacare, and energy policies that are blocking us from using our natural resources.