Lee Quandt: The Republican rep from Exeter - the only GOP member of the House Finance Committee to oppose the recently passed budget proposal - predicts his party will lose 125 seats in the 2012 election based on what has happened so far.
Andy Martin: The anti-Semite and self-described birther tells the press he's going to file a lawsuit against state GOP Chair Jack Kimball and other party officials as well as Rabbi Robin Nafshi of Temple Beth Jacob in Concord after he was disinvited to speak at a party event in Deering.
Gary Wheaton: Hours after being arrested for driving after suspension and speeding, the Republican rep from Seabrook announces his resignation from the House. His license was suspended in February when he pleaded guilty to reckless driving in Londonderry - a charge plea-bargained from driving while intoxicated.
Carla Gericke: The program director of the New Hampshire Writers Project is named the new president of The Free State Project, replacing Varrin Swearingen, who resigned for a second time as president of the organization earlier this year.
Maggie Hassan: The former Democratic state senator and possible gubernatorial candidate is among those tossed out of the gallery during the House's recent budget debate.
Annie Kuster: The former 2nd C.D. Democratic nominee says she's running again for the seat.
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