Concord – Following Secretary Hillary Clinton’s humiliating defeat last night, the Washington Post declared her top New Hampshire supporters Governor Maggie Hassan and Senator Jeanne Shaheen as two of the biggest “losers” of the primary.
“The sitting governor and the state's Democratic senator were high-profile endorsers and surrogates for Clinton in New Hampshire. Didn't matter. Like, at all. Which provides yet further evidence that endorsements are, almost always, meaningless in the context of a presidential primary process,” wrote the Post.
“Governor Hassan and Senator Shaheen enthusiastically endorsed Hillary Clinton and threw the weight of their political machines behind her disastrous candidacy. Last night’s results are an enormous embarrassment for the governor and the senator and raise serious questions about Hassan’s political operation as she runs for higher officer,” said NHGOP Chairman Jennifer Horn.
|Concord - The New Hampshire Republican State Committee today announced the schedule for select speakers participating in the NHGOP First In The Nation Town Hall on January 22-23 at the Radisson Hotel in Nashua. The following schedule is for planning purposes only, indicates approximate times, is subject to change and does not include all speakers participating in the event.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22
Media may begin setting up at 5:30 pm
8:05 PM – Governor John H. Sununu
8:50 PM – Senator Benjamin Sasse
SATURDAY, JANUARY 23
Media may begin setting up at 7:15 am
8:30 AM - Senator Kelly Ayotte
8:40 AM - Senator Marco Rubio
9:15 AM - Governor Jeb Bush
9:45 AM - Congressman Frank Guinta
9:55 AM - Senator Rick Santorum
10:45 AM - Governor John Kasich
11:25 AM - Senator Rand Paul
12:25 PM - Congresswoman Nan Hayworth
12:55 PM - Governor Matt Bevin
1:50 PM - Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina
2:20 PM - Senator Scott Brown
2:30 PM - Governor Jim Gilmore
3:00 PM - Dr. Betsy McCaughey
3:10 PM - NJ First Lady Mary Pat Christie
8:05 PM - Curt Schilling
8:45 PM - Senator Tom Cotton