While the GOP blames its mail house, it should be noted similar problems surfaced in Arizona, Alaska, Missouri and Montana with GOP mailers.
Once upon a time in America, there was a wide red line between political campaigns and governing.
Gov. Chris Sununu late Friday afternoon vetoed the last four bills of the legislative session, about one-third of the legislation passed by the House and Senate sent to his desk.
From what has happened in Florida, Texas, Arizona and California, it is apparent that things can go from containment to out-of-control very rapidly.
The reopening of schools has become a politicized, polarizing issue in recent days and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has yet to announce its revised guidelines after President Trump slammed the agency over its initial offerings.
As if this silent menace were not enough, we are in the midst of the strangest presidential election in our lifetime if not the country’s history.
Democrats learned the difficult lesson that divided government does not necessarily mean compromise is in order when a Republican governor wants to make a political point with the party faithful and his base.
The Republicans and Democrats took shots at each other last week citing familiar grievances.
Former House Speaker Donna Sytek often said trying to control 400 members is “like herding cats.”
To quote former President Jimmy Carter there is a malaise gripping the country and the world as the deaths rise and the virus spreads.