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The Republican gubernatorial candidate admits in a debate that his rival, Gov. John Lynch, is "as popular as the Pope."
JIM TOBIN: The 2002 phone-jamming mastermind--whose 2005 conviction was overturned on appeal--is indicted anew on two felony counts of lying to federal investigators for his role in the jamming scandal.
PETER FRANKLIN: The Democratic state rep from Newport becomes the poster boy for legislative mileage after he's challenged for racking up some $21,063 in reimbursements for his 2007 and 2008 travels to and from Concord.
SARAH PALIN: In New Hampshire. the vice presidential candidate insists on letting the crowd think she's fully behind the Boston Red Sox in their American League Championship Series. In Florida, she lets the crowd think she's fully behind the Tampa Bay Rays.
JIM RYAN: The former Democratic state rep from Franklin, whose financially felonious past was revealed earlier this year, is released from jail in order to begin paying restitution.
JUDD GREGG: The state's senior senator says he "presumes" he'll be running for reelection in 2010.
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|Publication:||New Hampshire Business Review|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Oct 24, 2008|
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