Cilley ran an ad in August depicting the other candidates as "pledge zombies." Foster's Daily Democrat notes Cilley's position on the pledge in their endorsement of her -- while acknowledging that it would become a "flashpoint" in a general election contest. Lamontagne would start out the fall campaign with the heftier war chest: When candidates reported their cash on hand in late August, he had $718,000 in the bank compared to Hassan's $100,000, Cilley's 52,000, and Smith's $101,000.
Previewing New Hampshire's Gubernatorial Primaries
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