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Thursday, December 21, 2006

Spotlight on Oh-Eight: Sen. Edwards in NH for Announcement Tour

On December 29, former Vice-Presidential candidate John Edwards will be in Portsmouth, NH as part of his tour announcing his candidacy for President in 2008.

The event will take place at Noon the Little Harbour School, located at 50 Clough Drive.

Free tickets are available at

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Update on Oh-Eight: Video - Sen. Bayh Stumps in Cornish

Last weekend, December 9 and 10, U.S. Senator Evan Bayh from Indiana returned to New Hampshire and stumped across the state stopping in Manchester, Keene and Cornish. The previous week, Sen. Bayh announced that he was forming an exploratory committee to help him determine whether he will run for President.

Dean Barker, one of the editors of, went to see Sen. Bayh at state Sen. Peter Burling's home in Cornish, recorded the event and posted in on google videos. CHECK IT OUT HERE or on the picture to view the video.

Read more local coverage of Sen. Bayh's visit to New Hampshire from the Concord Monitor and the Manchester Union Leader.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Sen. Sununu Gives Up On New Hampshire

Speaking to local economic leaders last week, Senator John Sununu told the crowd to stop complaining about the sky-rocketing cost of healthcare and that they shouldn’t bother to worry any more because there is no solution for the foreseeable future. Senator Sununu proved once again that he has little interest in addressing the healthcare crisis or trying to make healthcare more affordable for New Hampshire families.

The reason there has been no solution to the healthcare crisis is that Sen. Sununu along with his Republican cronies in Washington have been more worried about helping insurance companies profit billions than in addressing the healthcare crisis in this country.

According to, over the course of his career, Sununu has taken $288,238 from the health care industry, including both individual donations and PAC money. His largest contributor over the course of his career has been Fisher Scientific International, a medical supply company that has donated $61,500 to Sununu.

Sununu also strongly supported President Bush's plan to privatize Social Security, a plan that put seniors' security at risk.

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