With the 2011 legislative session essentially behind us, you'd think lawmakers and their constituents would get a breather. But the people's hard-working representatives are already gearing up for next year's go-round.
John Sununus: Accompanying a USA Today story about John H. Sununu, the former governor and father, losing a $520,000 lawsuit against Philippine Airlines and being chastised by the judge for not getting the contract details in writing is a photo of John E. Sununu, the former senator and son.
Bernie Streeter: Renomination of the former 30-year executive councilor to a second term on the Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission is put on hold after Governor Lynch realizes the current Executive Council won't back reappointment.
Greg Moore: An inquiry by the policy director to the House leadership team regarding the gift of two free tickets to the July 17 Sprint Cup races at Loudon, the Legislative Ethics Committee rules that the tickets are indeed a violation of ethics rules.
George Campbell: The state transportation commissioner decides not to seek a second term for job with Infralinx Americas, where he will oversee large-scale transportation development projects.
Rick Perry: The Texas governor adds fuel to the speculation about joining the GOP presidential race with the announcement of an October visit to New Hampshire to speak at an event sponsored by the conservative group Cornerstone Action.
Herman Cain: The GOP presidential hopeful loses his sole New Hampshire staff member, Matt Murphy, who resigned after complaining that campaign wouldn't make a serious effort in New Hampshire.
It's been making the rounds...
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