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He has been politically active since attending an anti-war march in 1968, and has chaired the Rockingham County Democrats for seven years.
Over breakfast at a country club in Atkinson, where Donald Trump held one of his last pre-election rallies, George Hamblen, a party chairman in the neighbouring town of Plaistow, credits Mr Drake with “building something out of nothing”.
The council today approves and monitors agency budgets, and can veto the governor’s pardons and appointments.
It is, in short, a state that takes participatory democracy seriously. He is a compact, genial retired labour economist who spent 32 years studying employment patterns at the Bureau of Labour Statistics in Washington, , before retiring to southern New Hampshire.
The 2016 primary between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders fractured friendships, and “bad feelings” lingered in 2008 between supporters of Mrs Clinton and Barack Obama.
This fits well with the state’s political culture, which is equal parts charming and lunatic.
Larry Drake, who chairs the Rockingham County Democrats, a Republican-leaning region in the state’s south-eastern corner, and reckons he has seen 15 declared and prospective candidates so far in this cycle, explains that New Hampshire has kept its methods of political administration relatively unchanged for the past few centuries.
State legislators’ pay was set at 0 a year in 1889, and there it has remained. It has no income or general sales tax, preferring to gouge outsiders with hefty hotel, restaurant and hire-car taxes, and tolls where highways cross the state border.
Since 2003 the Free State Project has been asking libertarians to move to the state, to put their ideas into practice.