That July 6 Boston Globe article claiming that the governor’s office tried to convince Paul Hodes’ campaign not to run an ad lambasting Kelly Ayotte after her “the buck needs to reach my desk” testimony in the Financial Resources Mortgage hearings sure has opened a wound among state Dems.
Another GOP gubernatorial candidate, Ovide Lamontagne, sent a message of regret to the crowd for not being in attendance.
“I think New Hampshire is definitely pro-traditional marriage and ripe for our message,” said NOM’s executive director, Brian Brown.
It's been making the rounds...
• Considering that more observers are warming up to the idea that Kelly Ayotte isn’t going to win the GOP primary, it sure is interesting that the Hodes campaign would still think she’s their No. 1 target.
• Will environmental officials be prepared to issue an air pollution alert on Friday, Oct. 22? That’s the day Fox TV bloviator Bill O’Reilly appears at the Nackey Loeb First Amendment dinner to share stories about how great he is.
• Wonder how Warren Rudman feels to be endorsing the same candidate as Sarah Palin?
• Paul Hodes going to Canada for a fund-raiser is the political equivalent of throwing a hanging curveball to Albert Pujols.
• Perhaps someone should send GOP gubernatorial hopeful John Stephen — who’s advocating a rooms and meals tax holiday as economic stimulus — a copy of the new Tax Foundation report questioning the value and fairness of such tax holidays.
• Did Sean Mahoney actually tell New Hampshire Public Radio that he quit his RNC post because of his opposition to the bank bailout and wasteful spending? And all along he had us believing it was over GOP Chair Michael Steele’s profligate spending.
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