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Donald Trump and New Hampshire Politics

  • Christopher J.¬†Galdieri

Part of the Palgrave Studies in US Elections book series (PSUSE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
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  7. Back Matter
    Pages 123-129

About this book

Introduction

The state of New Hampshire has played a pivotal role in Donald Trump's rise. This volume examines how the Granite State incubated Trump's political ambitions as early as the 1988 campaign cycle, how Trump's return to the state in 2014 presaged his 2016 candidacy, and how the state rescued his ambitions after his defeat in the Iowa caucuses. The book also examines how Trump lost the state to Hillary Clinton in the general election, and how the state has in many ways been a microcosm of national politics since Trump's election, as a Republican governor and legislature attempt to pursue their long-deferred agenda in the face of Democratic opposition and as Democrats racked up victories in special and off-year elections. Finally, this book examines what Trump's impact will be on the 2020 presidential primaries.

Keywords

New Hampshire Donald Trump Presidential primaries political parties elections local elections state politics incumbent Republican Democrat Policymaking opioid drug abuse crisis Voting rights Medicaid voting fraud state representatives Ballot campaigns

Authors and affiliations

  • Christopher J.¬†Galdieri
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  1. 1.Department of Political ScienceSaint Anselm CollegeManchesterUSA

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