New Hampshire Primary Date

November 2, 2011 by staff 

New Hampshire Primary DateNew Hampshire Primary Date, New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner said Wednesday’s victory in their battle of wills quadrennial presidential nominating calendar.

Gardner, during a press conference at the state capitol in Concord, formalized Jan. 10 in New Hampshire, the first in the nation for primary date.

It is an honor and privilege to say that the tradition of the New Hampshire primary is lived, “said Gardner.

The selection was not a surprise, as Gardner made it clear that he intended from the beginning – despite lanterns so he could go ahead of Iowa, in December or schedule a vote on a weekday except Tuesday.

“I was kind of on the edge of a cliff,” said Gardner, their threats to move the primary in December. “I was hoping that if I had to go through, there would be a puddle to jump in if necessary.”

His enemies in the Republican National Committee and nomination early rogue states now have four years to plan strategy on how to keep it online. Gardner has set a date for primary and struggling to keep first for 35 years.

With January 10 Garnder selection, the Republican primary calendar is complete. Iowa has its caucus January 3, a week after New Hampshire. South Carolina held their primaries on Jan. 21 and Florida – the unwanted entry into the club at the beginning of state – to vote Jan. 31.

Nevada caucus held February 4, but only after the state Republican Party suffered a total capitulation Gardner. Republicans in Nevada, awarded one of the first four slots coveted status of the Democratic and Republican national committees, tried to legally bind the date of its caucus on Saturday after the New Hampshire primary. However, Gardner refused to discuss programming strategy, and then threatened with a primary in December and encouraged a boycott of Nevada nominee.

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