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Letters to the editor

Should the blamed now get the credit?

During the summer, a mass mailing informed me that U.S. senators have great influence on gasoline prices. In particular, I was told that the high … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Why he’s sticking with Shaheen

“I vote for the person, not the party.” Sound familiar? But, what to do if both persons are decent and intelligent, as are Scott Brown … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Sanborn’s race-baiting disqualifies him

Politics gets dirty sometimes, we all know that. But there are some lines you just don’t cross. One of them is stoking racial fears for … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Your vote does make a difference

I am writing this to express my 110 percent support for the letter by Barbara Amos, wherein she eloquently states how important your vote is … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Attack ads on Kevin Avard are dishonest

I don’t write letters to the editor, but I find myself upset about the attack ads on Kevin Avard. The bottom line of the ads … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Shaheen is the clear choice

My name is David Osborn and I have been a resident of Milford since 1974. Looking at the U.S. Senate race this year, it is … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Disenchanted by Republican direction

As an independent voter, I’ve become increasingly disenchanted with the direction of the Repubican agenda. Scapegoating the government (now, especially, Obamacare), dismantling regulations and cutting … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Don’t be fooled by Brown’s candidacy

Surely, Scott Brown cannot believe he can so easily dupe New Hampshire residents after being rejected by Massachusetts. He cannot hide his true record, experience … Full story    
Updated yesterday

We live in a time when parties rule

I wish we lived in a time when voters would evaluate all candidates solely on their views, their plans, their records, their character and not … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Voter ID laws aim to disciminate

Well, there is at least one, a Republican that is not afraid of the truth. US Circuit Judge Richard Posner. A Republican appointed by President … Full story    
Updated yesterday

Your vote matters

You have an important responsibility on Nov. 4, and that is to vote. No matter how discouraged and disgusted you are with politics and government, … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Walt Havenstein equals leadership

I know Walt Havenstein well. He showed me how to treat people with courtesy, dignity and respect. He showed me how to listen with the … Full story    
Updated 2 days ago

Shaheen connected to IRS abuses

Jeanne Shaheen was one of seven Senate Democrats who signed a March 2012 letter requesting Douglas H. Shulman, commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, “to … Full story    
Published:  October 26, 2014

Vote for candidates who oppose abortion

During this political campaign, we hear of many promises made by political parties and candidates to help certain groups of people. The most vulnerable and … Full story    
Published:  October 26, 2014

Is that all Scott Brown has?

Scott Brown’s campaign seems to be based completely on Sen, Jeanne Shaheen having voted for the president’s agenda 99 percent of the time (what was … Full story    
Published:  October 26, 2014

Walt Havenstein gives him hope

I had the pleasure of attending a town hall meeting last week at which candidate for governor Walt Havenstein gave me hope during his time … Full story    
Published:  October 25, 2014

Sen. Shaheen supports nurses

My mom, Sarah Ann Morazzini Richards, was a WWII U.S. Cadet Corps Nurse, a group of unsung American heroes whose contributions to our country have … Full story    
Published:  October 25, 2014

Won’t vote for Sen. Shaheen this time

Jeanne Shaheen is a good person. I actually voted for her twice over her career. No more. Not a 99 percent supporter of the president’s … Full story    
Published:  October 25, 2014

Garcia would promote extreme agenda

Politically, New Hampshire is a swing state, and its independent residents may vote either Democratic or Republican. Accordingly, the people we send to Congress have … Full story    
Published:  October 25, 2014

Shaheen has put party above state

Being a lifelong citizen of New Hampshire, I believe Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s sworn duty is to represent all of us, regardless of party preference. In … Full story    
Published:  October 23, 2014

Kuster has been good for NH

So far this year, our economy has averaged 227,000 new jobs per month. Unemployment is steadily dropping. These things don’t happen by accident. Some credit … Full story    
Published:  October 23, 2014