Lynch: Four terms is enough

September 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;9/23/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 20, p10
The article reports that New Hampshire Governor John Lynch will not seek re-election to an unprecedented fifth term in 2012. It says that Lynch is the first person in the state history that reached a fourth term as governor in 2010. It mentions that the announcement of Lynch gives state Republican leaders hope that they can win the corner office. Moreover, Lynch is known for favoring civil unions.


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