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Opinion: Celebrating Influential Women in N.H. Political History

Opinion: Celebrating Influential Women in N.H. Political History

Anna Kate Munsey March 23, 2021
New Hampshire is known for its unique political scene. Our first-in-the-nation primary means that every four years in February, voters living across the country learn the names of our counties and polling precincts. However, people don’t always recognize many of the women throughout New Hampshire political history who have broken records, made waves and blazed new trails.
Shaheen secures third term as N.H. senator in convincing fashion

Shaheen secures third term as N.H. senator in convincing fashion

Anna Kate Munsey November 5, 2020
Family and supporters chanted for veteran New Hampshire politician Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D) as she gave her victory speech early Tuesday evening. Shaheen beat Republican challenger Bryant “Corky” Messner in the U.S. Senate Race in New Hampshire. The race was called very soon after the closure of all polls in the state by 8 p.m.
How did Durham vote in the General Election?

How did Durham vote in the General Election?

Evan Edmonds November 5, 2020
The town of Durham, N.H. reported an overwhelming sweep for the Democratic Party, with Democratic candidates winning in every position in the town, following Tuesday’s general election.
Molly Shaheen and actor husband visit Freedom Café

Molly Shaheen and actor husband visit Freedom Café

Cassie Hollasch October 23, 2020
New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s daughter Molly Shaheen and her husband, actor Huw Collins, came to the Freedom Café in Durham N.H. on Wednesday Oct. 21 to discuss college students voting in the upcoming elections in November.
Senate candidates Shaheen and Messner face off in NHPR debate

Senate candidates Shaheen and Messner face off in NHPR debate

Cassie Hollasch October 23, 2020
On Thursday Oct. 15, NHPR continued their election debate series hosting former New Hampshire governor and incumbent Democrat Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Republican challenger, former army ranger and lawyer Corky Messner.
NASA Administrator and Senator Shaheen visit campus

NASA Administrator and Senator Shaheen visit campus

Hannah Donahue September 4, 2019
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine visit UNH to commemorate grant

NECN debate: As race tightens, no clear winner seen

Bret Belden October 24, 2014

By Max Sullivan, Contributing Writer CONCORD — Tuesday night’s debate in Concord between the incumbent U.S. senator and her competitor was decidedly close, said sources such as WMUR. But for some...

Brown, Shaheen go head to head in NECN debate

Bret Belden October 24, 2014

By Nick Stoico, Executive Editor CONCORD — Before the cameras went live Tuesday evening at the Capitol Center For The Arts, the venue for the first televised debate between Senate candidates Jeanne...

Shaheen: Making a college degree more affordable

Bret Belden October 3, 2014

OpEd By Sen. Jeanne Shaheen Students don’t need to hear it from me — they know higher education costs are skyrocketing. And for parents who are putting their kids through college, or for those trying...

Jeanne Shaheen visits for ‘Campus Kickoff’

Bret Belden September 30, 2014

By Ken Johnson, Staff Writer Senator Jeanne Shaheen spoke to a crowd in the MUB Saturday afternoon. Roughly 50 students and community members were in attendance for Shaheen’s speech, who was brought...

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