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  • n. Plural form of Hampshirite.


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  • Free to feel how we want to feel; to express ourselves however we want to express ourselves; to "Live free or die," as New Hampshirites say.

    Lorna Bright: Free At Last! Now What?

  • First Republicans claim that Democrats reflexively want to raise your taxes, when in reality 98 percent of New Hampshirites received an average tax cut of $1,184 under President Obama.

    Bennet Kelley: The 2010 Election: America's Aretha Franklin Moment

  • More often, though, New Hampshirites asked about taxes amid the "occupy" protests against Wall Street -- which even spread Saturday and Sunday to White Park in Concord and Veterans Park in Manchester albeit in greatly attenuated form.

    Mitt On Message

  • With Bush being the front-runner and the man who had won Iowa, New Hampshirites had a reason to vote against him.


  • Unlike New Hampshirites who pay for housing, columnists aren't dead yet!

    Dave Astor: California Theming On Such a Summer's Day

  • As such, she figured that she could afford to insult a few Iowans and New Hampshirites (who do not have a lot of electoral votes in the GE) if doing so would serve as a sop to Michiganders and Floridians (who do have a lot of electoral votes in the GE).

    Rasmussen: Hillary Ahead In Hypothetical New Florida Primary, Tied With Obama In Michigan

  • Are there any New Hampshirites/Iowans out there who can give us there perspective on Billary insisting these delegates be seated, despite the earlier promises made?

    Obama Campaign Calls Florida Primary: It's A Tie!

  • Here's the first ad, featuring New Hampshirites talking about why they're for Paul:

    Paul Campaign Rolls Out TV Ads

  • Iowans and New Hampshirites aren't going to identify with that image and that's where you need to get traction to be a viable candidate.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • In New Hampshire, we -- I went to the northern part of the state to the distressed areas and talked about Hillary's energy plan and how it would enable the New Hampshirites to reopen a lot of their timber mills and generate electricity from wood waste and other things, because her plan would reroute some of the transmission lines there and make New Hampshire more energy independent.

    CNN Transcript Mar 17, 2008


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