New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District electorate has defeated more incumbents than any CD in the nation since 2006. In the last four political contests, the district has swayed back and forth between Democrat Carol Shea-Porter and Republican Frank Guinta with each individual winning twice. Now, Ms. Shea-Porter, who won with the lowest total in the nation (44%), has already drawn a fresh opponent. Yesterday, former South Hampton Police Chief Eddie Edwards (R) announced that he will seek the GOP nomination next year, coming out early in an attempt to establish himself among Republicans as the man to beat.
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