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ABC
Oct 23, 2015 6:00pm EDT
it now the old fashioned way and jump off the what george bush used to call big mouth and use new hampshire as momentum. reporter: it's important to note that not everyone who bets big on new hampshire sees great results, john huntsman the latest one in that category. adam sexton, wmur news 9. josh: thanks. coming up next in our 2016 calm. josh: getting to know candidate george pataki and the death wife. jennifer: plus customers forced to pay detoes to it keep their power turned on. why one long-time business owner is upset with the bill he's facing. mike: a dry start to the weekend, but showers are approaching from the west. the forecast ahead. >> we're getting ready for friday night football, week eight, timberlane owls, a live report if you think storm damage is the only cost of climate change, think again. to higher insurance rates for homes and businesses, the economic damage but with american-made we can save money on electricity and spur innovation to create new businesses and jobs. it all starts with 50% clean energy by 2030. josh: sources said that through the winter it w
ABC
Nov 19, 2015 6:00pm EST
mcelveen was there as george pataki and jeb bush made it official today. josh: struggling in the polls, pataki admit he gave some thought to dropping out of the race but was inspired by the encouragement he says he's received to stay in it. jeb bush says he couldn't care less about what the surveys are saying now and says the discussion needs to be focused on national security. >> yes, sir. reporter: the current polls might not reflect it, but jeb beush drew a crowd size in concord normally reserved for a frontrunner, you might have also recognized a few faces on the wall of bill gardner's office. a process bush says he would protect. >> you have to earn it here and i think that's important. reporter: bush also took aim at the president's response to the par is a tacks and refusal to identify radical islamic terror as the enemy. >> he cannot say those words in a sentence, nor can hillary clinton. that's part of the problem. if you can't admit what it is, then how do you develop a strategy to deal with it. reporter: later in the day it was former new york governor george pataki who coul
ABC
Oct 14, 2015 6:00pm EDT
process to `rebuild the convenience store `nestled in georges mills on `route 11 began. ``>> to be able to get to this `point and see the store back and `the billion back and the porch `back, you know, it means a lot. `reporter: property owner says a `lot of the work was done by `robert cross, a local `contractor. ``>> the gives and takes that make `it all come together, but i `think it come out nice. `reporter: before 2008 the `building was home to the georges `mills general store for more `than two decades. `character as possible. ``>> tried to keep it looking like `a barn as much as possible. `doing some beans, just trying to `do as much as we could so people `back. `reporter: the floors are made of `brown maple and the countertops `and cabinets are made of an old `pine tree. `the only thing that was left on `the property after the fire. ``>> we need to bring something `back that was here. `and this did it. `reporter: and now the store is `just days away from being open `once again. ``>> it's nice to know people `wanted us back here, they wanted `karen to get the project going `as quick
ABC
Sep 7, 2016 6:00pm EDT
is a brotherhood. it is what you do. reporter: this is a personal journey for george shea. >> when we saw the first plane hit the tower, we responded to ground zero. tokens of gratitude. this one, to gander, newfoundland, a small town that took in 38 planes and over 6,000 passengers when flights were grounded that day. >> for three days, they housed them and washed their clothes. they dropped everything. reporter: marking one of so many expressions of goodness and humanity to spring from so much darkness. the escort picking up firefighters in maine, then onto canada on thursday. >> we will not forget. reporter: in seabrook, jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. tom: i had a chance to fly into gander one time. great spot. josh: it has been cooler, but we woman: the executive council voted along party lines, striking down more than $639,000 to planned parenthood locations. when republican politicians cut planned parenthood, it was devastating. birth control, cancer screenings -- they were all cut back. plunkett: it was colin van ostern i was raised by a single mom, and we didn't always have h
ABC
Oct 26, 2016 6:00pm EDT
hotel. the second hotel in two days. tonight, he's one-on-one with george. plus, trump's surrogate newt gingrich taking aim at megyn kelly. >> you are fascinated with sex. >> tonight, her response. and the new poll. trump now leading clinton in florida? the razor thin margin. >>> and the new video tonight
ABC
Nov 22, 2015 6:00pm EST
. calling in to "this week with george stephanopoulos," the real estate mogul refused to rule out the possibility of a third-party run for the white house. this, after trump signed a pledge in early september not to run as an independent. this morning, he reiterated a familiar point -- that he has to be treated fairly by the republican party. local supporters say by not ruling out a run, trump is merely guarding against internal party attacks. >> he didn' t say he would. he just left it out there because he was asked. and he can use that as a club on the rnc not to start playing dirty politics with him again, because they would love to. adam: supporters like jerry delemus of rochester say they don' t believe trump will have to launch a third-party candidacy the republican nominee. a packed house party for chris christie in bedford today. just a few hours ago, the new jersey governor greeted an overflow crowd at the home of rich and lori ashooh. cars were parked down the block, and some people had to wait outside to get in. governor christie has yet to see a bump in the polls, but says
ABC
Feb 5, 2016 6:00pm EST
-long edition of close up. pthis week with george pstephanopoulos will have more panalysis at noon, followed by pmatter of fact. pso, certainly busy couple of pdays here on the campus of st. panselm college and around the pstate as we head into the final pweekend. pjennifer: new hampshire voters pare watching, listening, meeting pcandidates in making their final m jennifer ptom: barbara bush looks great, pdoesn' t she? pjean: she does. pstill to come -- ptom: a guilty plea from this pfather pthe horrifying injuries he is paccused of inflicting on his pinfant son. pmike p: after a cold one tonight, leasantly cool for the weekend pwhen that changes and even pjean: and tonight celebrating a pcolder air moves in. pjean: and tonight celebrating a pspecial anniversary of when new phampshire' s own alan shepard set pfoot on the moon. pjason: friday night hockey to ptalk about. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision p above the obstacles in place and lookr to the american horizon. to a nation wh
ABC
Feb 8, 2016 6:00pm EST
chris christie will be @holding his own town halle vent @at st. george greek orthodox @church. @you know him, though, that's the @cake -- @he is telling the crowd that he @has the experience to become @president and is ready to win in @new hampshire. @tom: jeb bush was at the nashua @country club speaking at the @rotary luncheon. @the former governor continued to @go after donald trump, saying @this, talking about how @washington has broken into two @camps who don't work together to @solve problems. @jennifer: carly fiorina was @telling voters today that she's @proven leadership is what this @country needs. @she held a coffee with carly @event at blake's restaurant @where he thanked new hampshire @residents for their support. @tom: the first polls open in @less than four hours. @we'll carry the midnight votes @all the way through the returns @tomorrow, so join us at 10:00, @we have a special edition of @news 9, it's called setting the @stage for the primary. @live team coverage then @continues at 11:00 and we will @be back live at midnight from @dixville notch for the first @votes t
ABC
Jan 8, 2016 6:00pm EST
hasn't seen her dad, george jones, in about a year. he has been deployed to the middle east since february. >> how are you? >> good. >> i missed you so much. >> so did i. >> you're getting so big. reporter: he decided to surprise her in her third grade classroom, and although her classmates and our camera was there, you'd think it was just the two of them. >> i missed you. >> so did i. reporter: theirle breakingses making up for a year of missed hugs and kisses. >> felt like the best moments in >> oh. reporter: kiley's mom says the this moment is a great relief. she says over the year george's absence has taken its toll on their daughter. >> you can't just call him up because of the time zone, so it's very hard. >> i was smiling before the door even opened, i could hear her outside talking, waiting for her to come in. >> i wasn't expecting all this. reporter: and her friends joined in her excitement, giving her a group hug sendoff, dad included. >> here we go, group hug. reporter: then it was time to leave with dad, catching up on so much lost time and making plans along the way.
ABC
Dec 30, 2015 6:00pm EST
smaller. george pataki is the latest to drop out, following lindsey graham earlier this month. could a smaller field mean bad news for donald trump? wmur' s josh mcelveen joins us with more. josh: donald trump' s last poll number of 32% would seem to deliver an easy primary victory. but within the field, it does not seem he has friends. if those who dropped out shipped in with some one else, the race could tighten up in a hurry. >> we are going to win new hampshire, right? josh: that may be, but one thing seems clear -- people either love trump or despise him. >> you know how you make america great? tell donald trump to go to hell. josh: pataki took a swipe on his way out. >> i' m confident we can elect the right person. josh: few have put a dent in his campaign. >> everyone attacks me who seems to go down. josh: his campaign on wednesday released a statement saying, politicians are all talk, no action, and the american people are tired of it. that is why the american people have chosen donald trump in the polls. >> i want it today. josh: the election is not today. the latest survey
ABC
Feb 16, 2016 6:00pm EST
in south carolina? and former president george w. bush taking aim at trump. >>> also developing, the supreme court. the president just moments ago, saying, "i intend to do my job. i expect them to do their job, as well." a message to the senate.
ABC
Dec 12, 2015 6:00pm EST
active living, learning, and wellness north building. the track is named after george davis, a 1963 graduate of plymouth state and a hall of fame track coach. on the state is in its first year with the varsity track and field program. the standard to date won the long jump and the 60-meter high hurdles. good renovations happening there at plymouth state. stephanie: looks like a beautiful new facility. great job, everyone. for lynn's family, the big stress is paying four hundred dollars a month in medical and drug costs for aidan. for other families it's higher deductibles, premiums and co-pays that keep adding up. that's why we've got to crack down on price gouging, cap out-of-pocket costs, and fast track approval of less expensive generic drugs. because we've got to get health care costs under control for lynn's family and for yours. i'm hillary clinton and i
ABC
Dec 29, 2015 6:00pm EST
before the new hampshire primary, george pataki is calling his supporters here oval office. polls. also the weather forced his town hall event in peterborough tonight. jean: but it didn' t slow down john kasich and hillary clinton. she is traveling to berlin where she is holding a town hall tonight. she answered questions ranging from the addiction crisis in new hampshire to equal pay for women and gun control. she called on gun owners to make changes. >> it is really time for gun owners to form a different organization that will do more responsibility and stand up for the safety of our children and our communities. >> we are covering tonight' s townhall in berlin and we will have more tonight at 10:00 and 11:00. tom: meanwhile ohio governor john kasich continued a two day trip through new hampshire with a town hall in nashua despite the weather, the republican drew a good size crowd to the event. as he has throughout the race, kasch pointed to a record of economic success as governor and as the architect of a balanced national budget while in congress. the 63-year-old says while he und
ABC
Jan 30, 2016 6:00pm EST
. hopeful george pataki hit the trail campaigning for senator marco rubio. the former new york governor comes to the granite state just four days after endorsing rubio. this morning, pataki visited nashua for the opening of rubio' s new campaign office. he also joined canvassers and knocked on doors for the florida senator. we will have reports from iowa tonight starting at 11:00. students from across the country are meeting in manchester facing off in a robotics competition. we will show you some of their creations next. hayley: tracking light snow showers in the north country this evening. behind that boundary, much warmer air surging in. welcome back to news 9. stephanie: today, students from several states traveled to the queen city to compete in a college robotics contest. teams have been working for months to build their robots for this year' s challenge called "nothing but net." students faced off today at manchester community college. >> we get teams from ct, ny, ma, and vermont. and they are competing for a chance to go to the world championship. stephanie: the engineering chal
ABC
Feb 3, 2016 6:00pm EST
progressives when i joined with colleagues in the senate to stop george w. bush from privatizing social security. reporter: clinton will be at the mclaughlin middle school in an hour, then she heads back to derry for that town hall with bernie sanders where the progressive issue will likely come up early. tom: bernie sanders just wrapped up a news conference in concord talking about the transpacific partship, a trade agreement he topic he says highlights the differences between his approach and his rivals. wmur's adam sexton live in concord tonight, covering the sanders campaign. adam? reporter: tom, we're live on airport road in front of the ibew hall where senator sanders just spoke, and this was about the transpacific partnership. obviously senator sanders very opposed to that. he was backed by a number of union members who were applauding his stance on that issue. he's definitely trying to draw contrasts with secretary clinton as we head toward the final few days of campaigning here. certainly the contrast was there on the t.p.p., but the reporters were also asking him about when he
ABC
Dec 28, 2015 6:00pm EST
, and i don't believe you've heard the last of the george washington bridge, because there's no way that he didn't know about the closure of the george washington bridge. reporter: christie's campaign declined to comment on the feud. but mcindicated says his surprised that it took trump as long as it has to take aim at the newspaper. >> donald trump has no business running for president of the united states, it's a free country. and i guess he k. but he shouldn't be, which i told him a year ago. reporter: while he also didn't get the union leader endorsement, it appears that jeb bush ties with the paper saying donald trump is not a serious candidate and would be a chaos president. i for one am glad that he's been called out by the union leader. josh mcelveen, wmur news 9. jean: donald trump is back the the state tonight for the first time in nearly three weeks. ready for his rally at the middle school in nashua. adam, what type of crowd is coming out for tonight's rally? reporter: they're filing in right now, we decided to ask some of these people what they thought about that union
ABC
Nov 11, 2016 6:00pm EST
named white house chief of staff two days after george h. bush accepted the presidential nomination in 1988. he kno ahead as the government transitions from an obama to a trump administration. >> i feel a little sorry for them for perhaps underestimating how much work there is to be done in the next 70 days. reporter: he says donald trump needs to quickly decide who will fill six key positions. >> in the white house, it's the national security advisor, the chief of staff and the president's legal counsel. and in terms of the cabinet, it's the secretary of treasury, there has to be a chemistry, a personal chemistry amongst that group. the president with with each of those six, and those six amongst themselves. reporter: they'll have just 10 weeks to flesh out an agenda, make key appointments and hire thousands of personnel. >> the hardest thing for private sector people focused, for people to understand in the political process is that you are now stuck into ae in public. reporter: he says the meeting between president obama and president elect trump was good for the country to see. and
ABC
Oct 11, 2015 6:00pm EDT
lindsey graham, governor john kasich, governor martin o' malley, governor george pataki, senator bernie sanders sanders, donald trump, and senator jim webb are expected to attend. the radisson hotel will host from it -- host from eight to 6 p.m.. tickets are free if you are -- if you register ahead. the new hampshire lottery is looking for yesterday' s powerball litter. where the winning ticket was purchased. hayley: clear skies across the area. night. a live look at portsmouth. we have a great sunset going on. if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but the republicans... v they want to go back to letting v the super wealthy call the shots. they don't stand up for equal pay for women. they don't support paid family leave. they don't even really support refinancing student debt. we've got to get this economy working for the vast majority of americans, not just for those at the top. that's what i intend to do as president. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. stephanie: fallen police officers were honored in manchester. th
ABC
Oct 4, 2015 6:00pm EDT
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ABC
Jan 8, 2016 6:00pm EST
tv-commercial year george's absence has taken its toll on their daughter. >> you can't just call him up because of the time zone, so it's very hard. >> i was smiling before the door even opened, i could hear her outside talking, waiting for her to come in.
ABC
Jan 8, 2016 6:00pm EST
tv-commercial jones hasn't seen her dad, george jones, in about a year. he has been deployed to the middle east since february. >> how are you? >> good. >> i missed you so much. >> so did i. >> you're getting so big. reporter: he decided to surprise her in her third grade classroom, and although her classmates and our camera was there, you'd think it was just the two of them. >> i missed you. >> so did i.
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