Tag Archives: Elections

NH Legislature Passes Bill to Certify Postponed Elections

After suspending legislative rules to allow quick action, both the House and Senate passed a bill Thursday that will allow towns who moved their elections to ratify the results after a public hearing and vote of the governing body. The … Continue reading

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N.H. Considers Letting Towns Upgrade Polling Tech

If New Hampshire allows electronic check-in at polling places, replacing ballot clerks drawing lines through voter names in printed books with people touching icons on computer tablet screens, it will be due in part to one unlikely motivation: the alphabet. … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Voters Want Integrity in Elections

A majority of Granite Staters want only actual New Hampshire residents voting in elections as well as requiring valid identification. Unfortunately, the organizations pushing against (the) integrity of elections (several out-of-state organizations) don’t want the same integrity of the vote. … Continue reading

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IMPORTANT SPECIAL ELECTION: CARROLL 6, Wolfeboro

The New Hampshire Firearms Coalition is pleased to offer this Primary Election Guide for the Carroll 6 Special Election for the State Representative race. These grades are the result of each candidate’s answers to an extensive questionnaire, including any available … Continue reading

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Where Were Out-of-State IDs Used to Vote in New Hampshire Last November?

There’s no mention of the thousands who registered with no ID in a state where a US Senate seat was flipped by a few hundred votes, but the graphs and maps are cool. In the 2016 general election, according to … Continue reading

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Dave Boutin Considers Running for His Old State Senate Seat

Two prominent Manchester-area residents said Friday they are considering running for the New Hampshire Senate seat vacated by the sudden death of Scott McGilvray last month. Both David Boutin, the Hooksett Republican who held the seat for seven years, and … Continue reading

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State Senate Declines to Ratify Results of Postponed Town Votes

As another storm looms. CONCORD — The Senate voted Thursday to study the rescheduling of elections, but declined to embrace a move to ratify results of towns that postponed their votes and town meetings due to the March 14 snowstorm. … Continue reading

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