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Conservative Voting Guide New Hampshire

New Hampshire Presidential Primary: February 9, 2016
Election Day: November 8, 2016

Conservative Candidates New Hampshire

New Hampshire Conservative Candidates
New Hampshire Conservative Candidates

New Hampshire will elect their conservative voting Candidates in the New Hampshire, Primary September 11, 2012. Government exists to protect us from each other. Where government has gone beyond its limits is in
deciding to protect us from ourselves.

State Primary: September 13, 2016

New Hampshire Senator

Election Race for New Hampshire U.S. Senator:

Kelly Ayotte (R)

New Hampshire Candidates for US Congress Republican and Democrat:

New Hampshire Congress Candidates
New Hampshire Congressional Candidates Republican and Democrat

District 1:
Frank Guinta (R)
Dan Innis (R)
Jamieson Gradert (R)
Pam Tucker (R)
Shawn O'Connor (D)
Carol Shea-Porter (D)

District 2:
Annie Kuster (D)
Jack Flanagan (R)



History of New Hampshire. Information that every New Hampshire Conservative Candidate Should Know.

The colony that became the state of New Hampshire was founded on the division in 1629 of a land grant given seven years previously by the Council for New England to Captain John Mason and Sir Ferdinando Gorges (who founded Maine). The colony was named New Hampshire after the English county of Hampshire, one of the first Saxon shires. Hampshire was itself named after the port of Southampton, which was known previously as simply "Hampton".

New Hampshire was first settled by Europeans at Odiorne's Point in Rye (near Portsmouth) by a group of fishermen from England under David Thompson in 1623, just three years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth. The settlers built a fort, manor house and other buildings, some for fish processing, on Flake Hill. They called the settlement Pannaway Plantation. In 1623 the English explorer Christopher Levett, an associate of Gorges and a member of the Council for New England, wrote of visiting Thomson at his Pannaway Plantation. The first native New Hampshirite, John Thompson, was born there. (Note: this was the conclusion of several early historians. However, we now know that John Thompson was baptised at St. Andrew's Parish in Plymouth, England in 1619. New Hampshire was one of the original 13 colonies.




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