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Overall Primary Results?
« on: September 17, 2010, 07:12:39 pm »

Tuesday was a GREAT day for the FSP, but I don't know exactly how many primaries were won.

Of course we had our potential break in to the Senate, all (I believe) re-election wins, and at least one new state rep win I know of.

Besides FSP movers, we should have an estimate of like-minded winners.  Of course there's the NHLA scorecard, but newcomers won't appear there.

Some of those, like Guy Comtois, won nominations.

One thing not to be underestimated:  The influence our victories have on the incumbents.

Last night at Free Weare, along with top District 7 vote-getter Mark Warden, we had one of our "B+" rated reps from the District in attendance.

He seemed impressed with our ability to get out and campaign, and to hear our priorities.     


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Re: Overall Primary Results?
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2010, 07:18:08 pm »

I proposed about two years ago that we offer subjective ratings on all elected officials who proliberty folks know (1-5 stars plus comments).  You can't always get a good read on someone, but ratings on new state candidates and local officials is better than nothing.
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