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New Hampshire: 2006 Elections
Edited on Tue Sep-26-06 04:50 PM by Eugene


New Hampshire

2006 Elections: Governor, US Senator, Other Statewide Offices, US House, State Senate, State House, Ballot initiatives/Referendums

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State Politics At-A-Glance


Population (2000 Census): 1,235,786
Electoral Votes: 4

:bluebox: 2004 Presidential: Kerry (D) 50%, Bush (R) 49%, Nader (I) 1%
:redbox: 2000 Presidential: Gore (D) 47%, Bush (R) 48%, Nader (I) 4%
:bluebox: 1996 Presidential: Clinton (D) 49%, Dole (R) 39%, Perot (I) 10%

:bluebox: Governor: John Lynch (D) Elected: 2004 (Next Election: 2006)
:redbox: Senior US Senator: Judd Gregg (R) Elected: 1992 (Next Election: 2010)
:redbox: Junior US Senator: John Sununu (R) Elected: 2002 (Next Election: 2008)
:redbox: US House (2 seats): D-0, R-2
:redbox: State Senate (24 seats): D-8, R-16
:redbox: State House (400 seats): D-152, R-248

Election Information


Primary Election Dates
Voter Registration Deadline for Primary Election: September 5, 2006 *
State/Local Primary Date: September 12, 2006

General Election Dates
Voter Registration Deadline for General Election: October 28, 2006 *
General Election Date (all states): November 07, 2006

*Voters may register at the polling place on election day.

State Office in charge of Elections
Secretary of State's Office
State House, Room 204
Concord NH 03301
Phone: (603) 271-3242
Fax: (603) 271-6316
Email: elections@sos.state.nh.us
http://www.sos.nh.gov/electionsnew.htm

State Democratic Party
The New Hampshire Democratic Party
2 Ĺ Beacon Street
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 223-6899
Fax: (603) 225-6797
http://www.nh-democrats.org

State Republican Party
New Hampshire Republican State Committee
134 North Main Street - Concord, NH 03301
Phone: (603) 225-9341
Fax: (603) 225-7498
http://www.nhgop.org

Governor's Race 2006


Candidates

John Lynch (D) Incumbent
Governor
Campaign Website: http://www.johnlynch06.com

Jim Coburn (R)
State Representative
Campaign Website: http://jimcoburn.com

David C. Boyle (I)
Campaign Website: ?

Richard Kahn (L/Write-in)
Landscaper and Teacher
Campaign Website: http://www.richkahn.org

US Senate Race 2006


No US Senate Race in 2006

Other Statewide Races 2006


No Other Statewide Races in 2006

US House of Representatives Races 2006


US House Districts: 2

Key Races:
01 Jeb Bradley (R) (incumbent) v. Carol Shea-Porter (D)
02 Charlie Bass (R) (incumbent) v. Paul Hodes (D)

Candidates, by Congressional District

NH-01
Carol Shea-Porter (D), Campaign Website: http://www.carolforcongress.com
Jeb Bradley (R) Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://www.jebforcongress.com
Dan Belforti (L), Campaign Website: http://www.belforti.org

NH-02
Paul Hodes (D), Campaign Website: http://www.hodesforcongress.com
Charlie Bass (R) Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://www.votebass.com
Ken Blevens (L), Campaign Website: ?
Charles Cottone (I), Campaign Website: ?
Chester Lapointe (I) Campaign Website: http://www.votelapointe.org
Howard Wilson (I), Campaign Website: ?

Executive Council Races 2006


Executive Council Districts: 5

Candidates by District

District 1
Raymond S. Burton (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

District 2
John Shea (D), Campaign Website: ?
Peter J. Spaulding (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

District 3
Bev Hollingworth (D), Campaign Website: ?
Chuck Morse (R), Campaign Website: ?

District 4
Paul R.R. Martineau (D), Campaign Website: ?
Raymond J. Wieczorek (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

District 5
Debora Pignatelli (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?
Dave Wheeler (R), Campaign Website: ?

State Senate Races 2006


State Senate Districts: 24

Seats at stake in 2006: 24

Key Races: ?

Candidates by District

SD-01:
Norman "NH" Jackman (D), Campaign Website: ?
John Gallus (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-02:
Deborah Reynolds (D), Campaign Website: ?
Carl Johnson (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-03:
George Cleveland (D), Campaign Website: http://cleveland2006.com
Joseph Kenney (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-04:
Kathy Sgambati (D), Campaign Website: ?
James "Coach" Fitzgerald (R), Campaign Website: ?

SD-05:
Peter Burling (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?
Rosalie Babiarz (R), Campaign Website: ?

SD-06:
Jacalyn Cilley (D), Campaign Website: ?
James McLin (R), Campaign Website: ?

SD-07:
Harold Janeway (D), Campaign Website: ?
Robert Flanders (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-08:
Carroll "Dave" French (D), Campaign Website: ?
Bob Odell (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-09:
Peter Flood (D), Campaign Website: ?
Sheila Roberge (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-10:
Molly Kelly (D), Campaign Website: http://www.mollykelly.com
Tom Eaton (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-11:
Howard Morse (D), Campaign Website: ?
Peter Bragdon (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-12:
Dave Gottesman (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://www.gottesmanforsenate.com
Nancy Wall (R), Campaign Website: ?

SD-13:
Joe Foster (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?
Dennis Hogan (R), Campaign Website: ?

SD-14:
Barbara Lowrey (D), Campaign Website: ?
Bob Clegg (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-15:
Sylvia Larsen (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?
Kris MacNeil (R), Campaign Website: ?

SD-16:
Bob Backus (D), Campaign Website: http://www.backusforsenate.com
Theodore Gatsas (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-17:
Corey Corbin (D), Campaign Website: http://www.coreycorbin.com
John "Jack" Barnes, Jr. (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-18:
Betsi DeVries (D), Campaign Website: ?
Andy Martel (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-19:
Bob Letourneau (R), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-20:
Lou D'Allesandro (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?
Robert Wheeler (R), Campaign Website: ?

SD-21:
Iris Estabrook (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: ?

SD-22:
Beth Roth (D), Campaign Website: http://www.electbeth.com
Mike Downing (R), Campaign Website: ?

SD-23:
Maggie Wood Hassan (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://www.maggie2006.org
Natalie Healy (R), Campaign Website: http://www.nataliehealy.com

SD-24:
Martha Fuller Clark (D), Incumbent, Campaign Website: http://marthafullerclark.com
Daniel M. Hughes (R), Campaign Website: ?

State House Races 2006


State House Districts: 400

Seats at stake in 2006: 400

Key Races: ?

Ballot initiatives/Referendums


:graybox: Question No. 1
   Are you in favor of amending the first part of the constitution by inserting
   a new article 12-a to provide that private property can only be taken as follows:
   (Art.) 12-a (Power to Take Property Limited.) No part of a personís property shall
   be taken by eminent domain and transferred, directly or indirectly, to another
   person if the taking is for the purpose of private development or other private use
   of the property.
   Full Text

:graybox: Question No. 2
   Are you in favor of amending the second part of the Constitution by amending
   article 11 to read as follows:
   (Art.) 11. (Small Towns; Representation by Districts.) When the population of any town
   or ward, according to the last federal census, is within a reasonable deviation from
   the ideal population for one or more representative seats, the town or ward shall have
   its own district of one or more representative seats. The apportionment shall not deny
   any other town or ward membership in one non-floterial representative district.
   When any town, ward, or unincorporated place has fewer than the number of inhabitants
   necessary to entitle it to one representative, the legislature shall form those towns,
   wards, or unincorporated places into representative districts which contain a sufficient
   number of inhabitants to entitle each district so formed to one or more representatives
   for the entire district. In forming the districts, the boundaries of towns, wards, and
   unincorporated places shall be preserved and contiguous. The excess number of
   inhabitants of a district may be added to the excess number of inhabitants of other
   districts to form at-large or floterial districts conforming to acceptable deviations.
   The legislature shall form the representative districts at the regular session following
   ever decennial federal census.
   Full Text

Links


Blogs
Democratic Underground New Hampshire Forum
LeftyBlogs.com New Hampshire
Blue Granite
Democracy for New Hampshire
Graniteprof
NH Insider
NH-02 Progressive
Northwood Progressives
PoliticsNH.com
The Liberal Patriot Blog
The Yankee Doodler

Demographic Links
U.S. Census Bureau New Hampshire Quick Facts

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