Thursday, April 19, 2007

NH Blogs On The Primary

Two New Hampshire Blogs has the latest in primary opinion. Granitegrok argues that New Hampshire shouldn't hold the first-in-the-nation primary, while GreenMountainPolitics1 hears the primary could be held near Thanksgiving. Here their scoops and links"

Granitegrok: "Hosting the first-in-the-nation primary is a privilege and an awesome responsibility. The State holding the first-in-the-nation primary exerts tremendous influence over the nation’s choice for President. This means that it is not enough that the first-in-the-nation State be small enough to allow unknown and lesser funded candidates a realistic chance at breaking through. The first-in-the-nation State must also represent the nation’s ideals and values. Sadly, New Hampshire no longer does."

"Tonight we heard that Bill Gardner and his office are "actively" and "officially" exploring dates to hold the '08 New Hampshire Primary between Thanksgiving and Christmas of '07."

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