Politico: GOP senators join Dems to lift abortion ‘gag rule’

Three Senate Republicans, including vulnerable incumbent Mark Kirk of Illinois, helped Democrats advance a repeal of the so-called global gag rule that restricts U.S. funding to humanitarian organizations that provide abortions. In a Senate Appropriations Committee markup Thursday, Kirk and GOP Sens. Susan Collins (Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) joined the left to approve an […]

Dover Mayors Support Senator Jeanne Shaheen

Between the six of us, we’ve served the citizens of Dover as City Councilors and Mayors for a combined thirty years and over that span we have seen six Presidents of the United States, 10 Governors of New Hampshire and 13 Managers for the Red Sox. We have also seen 9 U.S. Senators represent our […]


Today, the Concord Police Patrolmen’s Association and the Nashua Police Patrolmen’s Association announced their endorsement of Jeanne Shaheen for U.S. Senate, citing her advocacy for the law enforcement community and New Hampshire’s public safety. Jeanne Shaheen has always put New Hampshire first and understands the importance of providing law enforcement with the tools they need […]

Proud of Portsmouth and proud of Senator Shaheen

Proud of Portsmouth and proud of Senator Shaheen Robert J. Lister In Portsmouth, we have a great deal to be proud of. We are home to hundreds of New Hampshire’s finest military families, a beautiful and vibrant community, the lowest unemployment rate in the state, good schools, an involved citizenry and an incredible number of […]

In Portsmouth, Jeanne Shaheen Continues “GOTV-New Hampshire Tour” With Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin

This afternoon, Senator Jeanne Shaheen continued her “Get Out The Vote New Hampshire Tour” in Portsmouth, where she campaigned with Chad Griffin, President of the Human Rights Campaign. Shaheen and Griffin attended a canvass kick off and addressed grassroots organizers and volunteers about what is at stake in this Tuesday’s election, including protecting equal rights […]

Load More