An outsized number of Republican candidates for federal or statewide offices this year in the Granite State are either personally or politically invested in cryptocurrencies, setting New Hampshire apart from other battlegrounds ahead of the midterms.
Like the assets they’re boosting, these federal candidates are underdogs against establishment favorites in the Sept. 13 primaries. But their election would boost the growing cadre of lawmakers in Washington eager to sway the regulatory future of the burgeoning and volatile cryptocurrency market.
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