Lamontagne: 'There is No 47 Percent in NH'

Gubernatorial candidates clash on the economy, jobs and social issues in first debate.

For more than a week, Ovide Lamontagne and Maggie Hassan have attempted to paint a clear picture of one another, to members of their respective parties, to the media and, most importantly, to the New Hampshire voters.

Hassan has claimed that Lamontagne is lock step with the Tea Party, route: {:controller=>"articles", :action=>"show", :id=>"cilley-to-co-chair-hassan-campaign-for-governor"} --> and its ultra-conservative fiscal agenda, and Lamontagne has

Super Fun Size September 21, 2012 at 06:18 PM
"them"? Oh please, describe this "them" you keep seeing.
Kim in Exeter September 21, 2012 at 10:59 PM
OMG, Ovide. When you took the GOP speech refresher course to brush up on buzzwords, did no one teach you how to form a complete sentence? This is gibberish..."We've seen government grow too far, and too fast," said Lamontagne, "and as a result for New Hampshire families, particularly the middle class, there has been a squeeze ... in terms of the pressure on business and a squeeze on their jobs, and economic prosperity is the future to supporting the middle class, which means government has to create that environment for competition to occur, for new businesses to be created for new opportunities or our citizens."
News Flash September 22, 2012 at 12:05 AM
@Atlant Using your wife's guidelines that is an inappropriate comment.
Jan Schmidt September 22, 2012 at 12:26 AM
NF are you feeling personally insulted by Atlant commenting on David and R. Scott's comments on the question of your quantity of posts? Maybe you could answer their honest inquiry about your time on this board. You know so much about many of us, why not share?
News Flash September 22, 2012 at 12:29 AM
@Jan Schmidt The issue is a double standards which you wish to impose on Patch. Hardly a qualification for Public Office.


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