Many national pundits say that if any of the Democratic incumbents at the top of New Hampshire’s ticket lose to the GOP, it’s going to be a good night for Republicans everywhere. If not, then an anticipated GOP wave may prove to be less than tidal.
And in New Hampshire, the first measure of any swell may be taken in Nashua: the state’s second largest city is finding prominence on the state’s political charts.
Former GOP Presidential nominee John McCain was back in New Hampshire today, stumping for the Republican ticket.
In an appearance at the American Legion Hall, the Arizona Senator nodded in agreement as Republican senate candidate Scott Brown asserted that Shaheen should have joined in a letter that called on President Obama to leave a residual force in Iraq. The American people have been failed by the administration’s foreign policy, Brown says.
Arizona Senator and former Republican presidential nominee John McCain was out campaigning for gubernatorial hopeful Walt Havenstein Sunday.
McCain and Havenstein greeted people as they dined at the Puritan Backroom restaurant in Manchester, shaking hands and posing for pictures. McCain says he came to lend Havenstein support in what he calls his ‘second favorite state’ because of Havenstein’s business background.
Arizona Senator John McCain was back on the New Hampshire campaign trail Monday.
He was here to boost the campaign of former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown.
John McCain won the New Hampshire primary twice, and seemed to understand that a crowd of Granite State voters – even one of full supporters – likes a little deference.
“I will leave it up to the good judgment of the people of New Hampshire. I certainly wouldn’t pretend to tell them how to vote, but I would like to share with them as I have today the experience I had with this good and decent American.”
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is benefiting from the endorsement of Arizona senator John McCain. Some voters are ready to translate their trust in McCain into a vote for Romney.
John McCain has long been popular in New Hampshire. He trounced George W. Bush in the 2000 primary and edged out Mitt Romney in 2008. At a packed event in the historic Peterborough town hall, McCain urged people to get behind his former rival.