College students gave Democrat Hillary Clinton an edge over Republican Donald Trump in New Hampshire during the 2016 presidential election. But as this battleground state gears up for the Nov. 3 election, the state Republican Party says some of those younger voters should not be part of the equation.
Sununu frequently scores highly in rankings of governors. For instance, the Cato Institute on Monday named Sununu as the highest-scoring governor in its 2020 fiscal policy report card.
Gov. Chris Sununu imposed a ban on open fires and smoking near wooded areas in all 10 New Hampshire counties because of drought conditions, low water levels and an increasing potential for wildfires.
Faced with a $2.2 billion shortfall of unfunded financial obligations, New Hampshire entered the current pandemic playing catch-up and could face more challenging headwinds in the future, a new report states.
New Hampshire officials have started mailing absentee ballots to city and town clerks for the Nov. 3 general election; as of Sept. 22, the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s office received nearly 134,000 absentee ballot requests, according to WMUR 9.
Mary Kate Lowndes, a resident of Washington, D.C., allegedly used a Derry address to vote in the 2018 midterm election and the 2016 presidential election, but she did not reside there. Lowndes faces misdemeanor charges, including one on a charge of misusing an absentee ballot.
As a state in which nearly half of its residents lack a broadband internet connection, New Hampshire is also having to address a nationwide shortage of Chromebooks.
More than $2.6 million in unclaimed insurance benefits in New Hampshire has been waiting to be disbursed for nearly half a decade.
In light of the economic damage from the COVID-19 pandemic, some members of the New Hampshire Legislature have turned to consideration of the legalization of cannabis.
The state of education in New Hampshire in the age of COVID-19 is a tale of two opposites. Public schools throughout the Granite State are struggling to keep students, while its private schools are enjoying an increase in enrollment.
The New Hampshire Supreme Court sided with Rep. John Burt, R-Goffstown, but stopped short of overturning the ban.