nashua-telegraph

Wed, 23 Jul 2014 20:44:00 -0700
MANCHESTER – Former Congressman Frank Guinta, of Manchester, and businessman Dan Innis, of Portsmouth, sparred Wednesday over the federal Patriot Act, raising gas taxes and career politicians during the first broadcast debate of Republican candidates in the 1st Congressional District. Seabrook’s Brendan Kelly promoted his own low-budget, faith-based campaign during the one-hour event at the WGIR ...
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 20:42:16 -0700
NASHUA – Nashua aldermen will reconvene Monday to finalize the city budget after failing to reach consensus on the annual spending plan at a special meeting Tuesday night. Board members tabled the proposed $256 million budget after a request to approve it failed by a single vote. Aldermen were divided over relatively small sums of money as the evening wound down, with some pushing for the board ...
Tue, 22 Jul 2014 20:41:27 -0700
CONCORD – A new election law that went into effect Tuesday faces a court challenge from the New Hampshire Libertarian Party, which argues that the measure will limit ballot access for third parties in the state. Lawmakers approved a change this year that stipulates parties seeking to get on the ballot cannot begin collecting nomination papers before the start of the year in which the election ...