Weekly N.H. News Roundup: Nov. 2, 2018

Nov 1, 2018

Faith leaders around the state hold vigils in solidarity after a shooter kills eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue. In a final series of debates, Congressional and gubernatorial candidates intensify their messages days before the election. And Red Sox fans celebrate another World Series victory.

GUESTS:

Anna Brown - Director of Research and Analysis, Citizens Count, a non-partisan non-profit organization promoting civic engagement.

Kevin Landrigan - Reporter for The Union Leader. He was among the journalists involved in this week's debates with CD1 and CD2 candidates. 

Dean Spiliotes -  Civic scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at SNHU

Reading List

Final stretch for candidates in series of debates:

CD1 WMUR-Union Leader debate:  Eddie Edwards and Chris Pappas clash on guns

CD2 WMUR-Union Leader debate.

Associated Press takes a look at history of split-ticket voting in N.H. 

  • For extensive information on candidates and other election matters before you head to the polls, visit Citizens Count and NHPR

 

Presidential hopefuls abound in N.H. 

SB3 follow-up/clarification.  

The AP breaks story on State Rep. Frank Sapareto.

A Rochester man who killed his parents more than 20 years ago gets a chance at freedom.

The Red Sox win the World Series but celebration at home marred by rowdy  incident