Now you ask, who might those nicely paid Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications Inc. employees be? Well they're the nonprofit's two officers: Dirk F. Ruemenapp, secretary and trustee of the school, aka the executive vice president of the Union Leader Corp., $162,300: and Joseph McQuaid, president and trustee, aka president and publisher of the Union Leader Corp., $236,068. A nice chunk of change, considering that the two are listed as working 1.0 average hours per week on school business.
Herman Cain: The lower-profile GOP presidential wannabe wows the crowd at the April 15 tea party rally in Concord, with 61 percent of post-rally texters saying the Georgia businessman gave the best speech.
Tim Pawlenty: The former Minnesota governor wins over 17 percent of those same post-tea party rally texters.
Rick Santorum: The former Pennsylvania senator takes 14 percent of the same texters.
Mitt Romney: The former Massachusetts governor and apparent front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination announces formation of an exploratory committee in an online announcement taped at UNH.
Mark Connolly: The former director of the state Bureau of Securities Regulation is reported as considering a run for the Democratic nomination for governor, if John Lynch calls it quits.
Carol Shea-Porter: The former 1st District Democratic congresswoman announces plans to unseat Frank Guinta, the man who unseated her in 2010.
Wally Stickney: The former state transportation commissioner and head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency under George H.W. Bush, signs up to chair Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman’s potential GOP presidential bid.
It's been making the rounds...
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