In January, conservative activist Jack Kimball waged a successful insurgent campaign to become chairman of the New Hampshire Republican party. At the time, the tea-partier hoped his candidacy would bridge the gap between the grassroots and the establishment. “This is going to be a unified party,” Kimball promised the rank and file in his victory speech.
Seven months later, the specter of division is haunting Republicans across the state.
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