ELECTIONS

For years, Guy Woodland has struggled to feel equal to his fellow citizens.Originally from Canada, Woodland, a legally blind Ward 7 resident, has...

Concord voters will have to choose between four candidates for the empty at-large city council position in Tuesday’s election.Michael Dobrinski...

Ward 10 residents have a choice between two candidates seeking public office for the first time in Tuesday’s special city council election.Both Joe...

Public defender Robin Davis learned less than 24 hours before the Sept. 11 primary that a write-in campaign was underway to elect her as the...

In the days leading up the state’s snowy town voting day, Secretary of State Bill Gardner issued a decree to towns: Your moderators do not have the...

Kevin Cavanaugh’s campaign strategy mimicked his life motto: “You gotta play like you’re the underdog.” And when it came to the District 16 state...

The state’s chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has reinstated its lawsuit against New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardner...

The House Democratic leader is seeking assurances that no New Hampshire taxpayer dollars will be used to support an election integrity commission...

In a partisan vote, the House Election Law Committee endorsed a bill Tuesday that stiffens the requirements for people who register to vote within...

Three voters whose absentee ballots were rejected after town moderators decided their signatures did not match those on file are part of a lawsuit...

Raymond Buckley said Tuesday he isn’t sure of his future role with the Democratic National Committee, after dropping out of the recent race for...

Sometimes costs count. You’d think politicians – especially a politician here in the Cheap State, a politician from an amazingly political, smart...

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