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Opinion

Voter supports Flanagan, Adams

HB Letters

To the Editor: I strongly support Jack Flanagan and Chris Adams for Brookline-Mason state representatives. This team will support governor Walt Havenstein’s detailed plan to bring 25,000 new jobs into New Hampshire by Aug. 15, 2017. The goal is to start a technology boom right here, ...

Grady deserves re-election for Merrimack

Merrimack Letters

To the Editor: The Sunday Telegraph featured some welcome news: Our state is the first in the nation, rated highest in overall well-being. Some New Hampshire people must be puzzled, since many politicians who are running for office claim that New Hampshire has seriously fallen behind, and they ...

Sports photos worth 2nd look

Cabinet Editorials

If you still have a copy of last week’s Cabinet in your home, take another look at our sports pages, in particular Joe Marchilena’s soccer photos. They are, we think, evocotive and give a clear idea of the glories of a New Hampshire autumn made a bit more glorious through ...

On the stupidity of politicians

Cabinet Editorials

Sometimes, all you can do is marvel at the stupidity, or maybe the media savvy, of politicians, the latest example of which is Alison Lundergan Grimes, a Democrat running for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky. Recently, she was asked three times if she had voted for President Obama and three times ...

No disputing it: You need a cat

Cabinet Editorials

Here’s an axiom by which to live: You need a cat. No, no, there’s no arguing with us about this. It’s an absolute. You need a cat. And here’s an easy, fun, and worthwhile way to get one: Attend the annual Kitty Angels weekend at Treasures, Antiques, ...

Happy 95th birthday Sarooch

Cabinet Editorials

116 years ago, 1898 The annual course at the Milford Unitarian Church was to begin with the Rev. J.L. Seward, of Boston, speaking on “How the Bible was made.” The services at the Milford Methodist Church were dedicated to the older people and the remembrance of olden ...

Shaheen, Shea-Porter, Kuster are accomplices to Obama

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: Some ask, how can Senator Shaheen or Congresswomen Shea-Porter or Kuster have any blame in the CDC debacle? It is quite simple. They all support President Obama on all his policies, so when in May 2009 Obama appointed an ideologue nanny, whose only claim to fame is his continual ...

Chandley responds to constituents’ concerns

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: I hope you will join me in supporting Shannon Chandley in the upcoming elections. I first met Representative Chandley after finding an unintended loophole in the state’s uninsured motorist laws. Although the issue did not impact me personally, I saw the potential harm ...

Let’s hear from people covered under the Affordable Care Act

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: In letters to the editor, local radio interviews, and campaign advertisements, Democrat party supporters have praised the Affordable Care Act, also known as “Obamacare.” In contrast, Republican party supporters have tried to discredit the act and its effects. ...

Consider casting vote for Nyquist

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: The closest race of the 2012 election, between Lee Nyquist and Andy Sanborn for Bedford’s State Senate District 9, ended in a recount with Sanborn ahead by half of one percent. Nyquist is providing an exciting rematch but Sanborn’s voting record has been ...

Wolf seeks support for election

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: My name is Terry Wolf and I am a Republican candidate for the New Hampshire State House. There are six seats to represent Bedford. I have lived in Bedford with my family for thirteen years. During that time I have been an active part of the community. I am in my ninth-year as an ...

Women care about bigger issues

Bedford Letters

To the Editor: Apparently politicians and candidates are under the impression that the only thing women care about is access to abortion and free contraception. It is now to the point where candidates from both parties are spending their campaign advertising dollars to win the title of ...

Chandley has earned Amherst voter’s respect

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: How often do you stop to realize what a wonderful place Amherst is to live? And how often do you pause to think how much we take for granted our quality of life in the Granite State? NH has the largest and most vibrant and dedicated legislative processes in the world. A process ...

LaChance, Woodbury have us in mind

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: Am I going to be voting for a representative or politician this November? If the politician in the race follows past practice, there will be a mailer 3 days before the election smearing the opponents. The politician has indicated they support and/or will be joining the ...

Havenstein is right fiscal choice for New Hampshire

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: We are in desperate need of state and national leaders who are concerned about balancing our government’s budget. Not those who continue to spend us into a debtor state and nation, like many of our failed neighbor nations south of the USA. Our national debt is now over ...

Amherst residents support Radhakrishnan

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: We heartily welcome the candidacy of Amherst resident Julie Radhakrishnan for our State Representative in Concord. We know Julie to be a hard working, intelligent and focused woman with a business background. Julie has clearly identified the legislative areas where she will act ...

Shaheen has shown support for our veterans

Cabinet Letters

To the Editor: The article by our friend Nancy Iannuzzelli in The Cabinet on July 31, was a grand slam home run. Our senior U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has been a great leader in fighting for our veterans over the years as our governor and going all out to support our veterans and has led this ...

Reader voting to grow economy

HB Letters

To the Editor: Election season is upon us, and so it’s time to reflect on promises made and what was delivered. My main disappointment is the lack of jobs created during the past few years. Why are so many Granite Staters having to commute to Massachusetts for high-tech jobs? What ...