Governor Mitt Romney’s connection to New Hampshire is well-documented. He owns a house on Lake Winnipesaukee, which he visits regularly. And the Mormon meetinghouse in Wolfeboro serves as his second spiritual home. But what’s less understood by many outside Mormonism is what it’s like being a member of this religious minority in northern New England.
The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard has prepared for Hurricane Sandy. There are three ships on the premises now. The Shipyard’s commander, Captain Bryant Fuller, says two of them are safe from Sandy in their dry dock. Bryant says one ship -- the ex-USS Memphis -- is tied to the pier, and exposed to the elements:
Manchester attorney Ovide Lamontagne is making his second bid for the state’s corner office with a campaign based on low taxes, small government, and conservative values. We’ll talk with Mr. LaMontagne about his stance on the issues from health care to economic development and his major differences with his democratic opponent Maggie Hassan.
Ovide Lamontagne - Manchester Attorney and Republican Gubernatorial candidate