NH State Senate: Bradley Wins

The Concord Monitor reports on yesterday's special election: Former Republican congressman Jeb Bradley won election to the state Senate yesterday, bouncing back from two ...
by | April 22, 2009

The Concord Monitor reports on yesterday's special election:

Former Republican congressman Jeb Bradley won election to the state Senate yesterday, bouncing back from two consecutive losses in campaigns for Congress.

Bradley defeated former judge Bud Martin, a Democrat, in the special election to fill the vacancy in the Senate's 3rd District. Former senator Bill Denley, a Republican, resigned from the seat after he was charged with drunken driving in February.

Unofficial returns had Bradley with 61 percent of the vote.

Despite Bradley's win, Democrats retain a 14-10 edge in the New Hampshire Senate.

Josh Goodman
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