The November 2006 election was historic in New Hampshire: Democrats took over all the seats of power in the state including, for the first time since the 19th century, the state House of Representatives.

The November 2010 election was historic too. Republicans took back the House in a big way: When the dust settled, they had won nearly three of every four seats.

Is it any wonder national prognosticators now call New Hampshire a toss-up state?

In recent years, voters have seen two extremely different examples of how the House can run and what it can accomplish - differences of both style and substance. What residents deserve this time around is a robust debate about what sort of Legislature they want in the future. That will happen only if enough good candidates sign up to run for the House from all corners of the state.

And that's where you come in.

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