Tuesday, November 27, 2007

New Hampshire News Links for November 27th, 2007

New Hampshire News Links November 27th, 2007

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NEWS: Some areas are considered models of law-enforcement cooperation

PEOPLE/CANDIDATES: N.H. seen tilting toward Democrats; Newcomers boost party's prospects in GOP territory/Shea-Porter, Dodds

OP-ED: Editorial: MySpace education: 'Technology' as teacher

DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES: Obama spends most on WMUR ad buys / The Field, Biden, Clinton, Dodd, Edwards, Kucinich, Obama

REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: YouTube and the G.O.P. And, Perhaps, the Snowman / The Debate, The Field, Giuliani, Huckabee, McCain

FIRST PRIMARY: ABC News, WMUR-TV and Facebook Host Back-To-Back Debates in New Hampshire

GENERAL (NATIONAL) CAMPAIGN NEWS: Tax Cuts Gain Relevance as Outlook Dims
WAR: Republicans Threaten Iraq Aid

OTHER NEWS AND VIEWS: Lott Exit Spurs Republican Scrum; Leadership Contests Could Mark a Shift Further to the Right

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