The New Hampshire Republican and Democrat primary for Congress and Legislature is September 11, 2012.
Summary of information on all of the New Hampshire Senate Candidates
for US Senate. Their stand on issues of the day.
Detail info and candidate web sites. Congressional candidate info.
New Hampshire Candidates For Legislature
Election Race for New Hampshire U.S.
[Judd Gregg (R)* - Retiring
Tom Alciere (R) - Ex-State
Rep., Libertarian Activist & '08 Candidate
Kelly Ayotte (R)
- Ex-Attorney General
Gerard Beloin (R) - Roofer
Jim Bender (R) - Businessman
Bill Binnie (R) - Businessman
Dennis Lamare (R)
- Insurance Agent, Stock Broker & Ex-Restaurant Manager
Ovide Lamontagne (R) -
Ex-State Board of Education Chair, Attorney & '96 Governor
Paul Hodes (D) -
Congressman & Attorney
Ken Blevens (Libertarian)
- Realtor, Army Veteran & Frequent Candidate
Chris Booth (Independent)
David Boyle (Independent) - '06 Gov. Candidate
Brian Chabot (Independent)
- High Tech Worker
Cornelius Donnelly (Independent)
Tom Peters (Independent)
- Ex-Ashland Selectman & Businessman
For List of recommend conservative candidates for New Hampshire Christian Voting Guide for Voters
History of New Hampshire. Information that every New Hampshire
Senator Candidate Should Know Facts about the History of New Hampshire History - The American Civil War
Origin of the name New Hampshire - Named after the English county of Hampshire where Captain John Mason (1586-1635) who received a grant for the land in 1629, was raised as a child.
1861 - 1865 The American Civil War.
In 1859 John Brown raided Harpers Ferry and set in
motion events that led directly to the outbreak of the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln, a
known opponent of slavery, was elected president.
In 1861 the South Secedes. The
initial Secession of South Carolina was followed by the secession of Mississippi, Florida,
Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina.
These eleven states eventually formed the Confederate States of America.
bombardment of Fort Sumter was the opening engagement of the American Civil War.
The surrender of Robert E. Lee on April 9 1865 signalled the end of the Confederacy.
- 1865 December 6 - The Abolishment of Slavery. The Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S Constitution is ratified, thus officially abolishing slavery
- 1898-1901 The Spanish American War. On December 10, 1898 the Treaty of Paris the US annexes Puerto Rico, Guam, Philippines.