The Dean Phillips challenge: Do NH voters have the courage to lead the way?

Dean Phillips wants your vote on Jan. 23. Call it a belated birthday gift if you want to, but Phillips prefers you see him as the only best choice to move the country forward. You’ll find him (literally) somewhere near the bottom of the actual NH Democratic ballot. But at least he’s on there, unlike his main opponent, President Biden, who is skipping New Hampshire and moving straight to South Carolina on the game board that has become this year’s presidential primary. READ MORE

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The State We’re In: Election 2022 wrap-up

Voters went to the polls Tuesday to select their choices for a variety of state and federal races in the midterm election. What happened, and what does it mean? The State We’re In host Melanie Plenda talks about the election’s results and what it means for Granite Staters. Joining the discuss is Anna Brown, the Director of Research and Analysis for Citizens Count and host of the podcast ‘$100 plus Mileage,’ Granite State News Collaborative Reporter and founder/editor of Granite Memo Stephen Porter, Assistant Editor of Manchester Ink Link Andrew Sylvia, and State House Reporter for the Keene Sentinel Rick Green. READ MORE

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‘This afternoon I will officially leave the Democratic party to affiliate as an independent’

My priorities as a representative for the town of Amherst have not changed. I will continue fighting for my values as outlined in my electoral platform including electoral reform, criminal justice reform, protecting our environment and natural beauty of our state, increasing state aid for education, and lowering local property tax burdens on our community. READ MORE