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July 4th Politics: Hassan accuses her GOP challenger of being an "extreme enemy" in New Hampshire on the battlefield

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Exclusive:Amherst, New Hampshire – Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan celebrated July 4th with "our freedom, independence, and the commonality of Americans: their love. We call it a wonderful day. Of freedom and love for the country.

However, Independence Day is also the perfect day for politicians to campaign. 

And former Governor and Senator Hassan, who is the target of the Republican Party facing a potentially challenging re-election this year in New Hampshire's majorfierce battle state.In campaign mode when she spoke to Fox News prior to the annual July 4th parade in the picturesque town of Amherst.

In hopes of confronting Hassan in the November midterm elections, Senator said, "I'm really extreme, pointing to a crowded area of ​​Republicans running for Republican nominations. Opponents. Anyone who appears as a candidate for this primary will be extreme, [Senate Republican leader] Mitch McConnell's rubber mark. "

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Democrats are very fueled by historic headwinds and soaring prices Gas prices, record inflation,President Byden's underwater approval rateare trying to stick to a very thin majority in the Senate and the House of Representatives in November. ..

Democratic Sen. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, at the annual Independence Day parade in Amherst on July 4, 2022. 

New Hampshire Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan, 2022 The annual Independence Day parade in Amherst on July 4th. (Fox News)

But Democratic strategists are groundbreaking with a conservative majority of theSupreme Court. Roev. Wade's ruling and legalized abortion issue returned to the legislature. It changed the campaign's conversation to Democrats, revitalized their progressive foundation, and helped Democrats regain the House of Representatives in 2018, but crossed party boundaries again in the 2020 parliamentary elections and the Republican Party. It may offer an opportunity to regain key women and suburban voters who seemed to have won the Virginia and New Jersey elections last November.

"The Supreme Court's ruling has turned us back. Women have once again become second-class citizens of the United States because this fundamental freedom has been deprived of us. This fall. It will be very important to people, to understand that Mitch McConnell and my opponents want to pass theban on abortion, "Hassan said nationwide with Fox News. Indicted in an exclusive interview. "We can't do that and people have to vote for pro-choice candidates at the top and bottom of the ballot."

Hassan to lower gas prices Focusing 

Abortion is likely to grow as a matter of midterm elections, but research shows that inflation and gas prices are still the largest for voters I'm interested.

Hassan of Arizona and Mark Kelly, Senator of the First Democratic Party, are also from a major general election fierce battle state facing a challenging re-election, and federal gas in February. Co-authored a bill to temporarily abolish. Taxes,to help consumers pump up prices

While the president is currently upholding this idea, their bill remains an obstacle in Congress Facing 

"We need to lower the price of petrol. People are really hurt by the pumps. We want to stop the petrol tax for at least the rest of the year. The president is happy. Mr. Hassan emphasized.

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Part of both parties Parliamentary leaders are against the bill, but Hassan is a targeted Republican.

"The Republican Party is blocking the vote for this in Congress. We're blocking them. Need to stop and I keep pushing it. Most Americans think this is really wise, and it helps to get a little more money back into people's pockets when other costs are high. Let's do it, "she insisted.

New Hampshire state Senate president Chuck Morse, who's running for the GOP U.S. Senate nomination, marches in the annual Amherst, New Hampshire, Independence Day parade, on July 4, 2022.

New Hampshire Senator Chuck Morse Republican US Senator Nominations will march on July 4, 2022 at the Independence Day Parade in Amherst, New Hampshire.(Fox News )

Two major Republican candidates running for the Senate also marched on Monday's parade. 

"I think the average person today is pretty clear about the amount of money they're paying to buy groceries this weekend and the fuel they arrive in their car. New Hampshire Senator Chuck Morse told Fox News. 

New Hampshire Senator Match

"I think she has a lot of explanations," said the owner of the Morse small business about Hassan. "I'm going to make it clear that Senator Hassan isn't doing his job."

And Kevin Smith, a former Londonderry town manager in New Hampshire, emphasized: .. 1 gallon for gas. If you are paying more than $ 6 per gallon for household kerosene. If you're paying a lot for grocery stories, these are issues of voting when you participate in voting. box. "

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And Smith said," I'm the only one. " Maggie Hassan – Anyone who has a plan to solve these problems. ”

Republican Senate candidate Kevin Smith marches in the annual Amherst, New Hampshire Independence Day parade, on July 4, 2022.

Republican Senator candidate Kevin Smith marches at the annual Amherst. New Hampshire Independence Day Parade, July 4, 2022.(Fox News )

During the first century, New Hampshire held its first presidential primary. When you nominate a calendar, the primary state is the last one in the schedule.

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She is alone while Hassan is concentrating on the general election Face the lesser-known primary elections. To build an impressive campaign war chest – GOP will not win Senate candidates until the primary elections on September 13th, which will be removed within two months of the November elections.

Paul Steinhauser is a New Hampshire-based political reporter.