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Van Ostern Has Plans

I’m just going to leave this here. From John DiStaso, WMUR: “For the first time in several decades, New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner later this year could face a serious challenger for a likely bid for his 22nd … Continue reading

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State Says ‘Miscommunication’ to Blame for Notice Telling Towns to Remove Voters from Checklists

The Secretary of State’s office says “miscommunication” is to blame for a message that appeared to direct local officials to strike the names of some voters from checklists without notifying them first. “It was miscommunication, pure and simple,” Deputy Secretary of State … Continue reading

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Oversight Agency Faults How N.H. Accounts for Federal Election Money

A federal oversight agency’s review of how New Hampshire is spending $18 million in federal election money finds that the state, for the most part, follows the rules. But the back-and-forth within the audit illuminates a larger and long-running tension between the … Continue reading

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