Stories about state government.
On Thursday, the Democratic National Committee released a letter from President Biden, sharing Biden’s thoughts that the first Democratic Presidential Primary in 2024 should be in a state with black, brown, Asian American and Pacific Islander voters.
Although New Hampshire was not mentioned in the letter, it has been interpreted as an attack on the Granite State’s First in the Nation Primary status given Biden’s oversized role in the Democratic Primary process in his role as defacto party leader, the fact that New Hampshire is just over 88 percent white according to the 2020 census, and Biden placed fifth in the 2020 New Hampshire Democratic Primary.
New Hampshire Democrats were quick to respond to the news. READ MORE
In the continuation of last week’s recount for New Hampshire House District Hillsborough 16, consisting of Manchester’s Ward 6, Republican Larry Gagne has earned the second of two seats in the district, overtaking Democrat Maxine Mosley. READ MORE
Following a recount, Democrat Maxine Mosley has now defeated Republican Larry Gagne in the Hillsborough 16 House District, consisting of Manchester’s Ward 6, by a final total of 1799 to 1798. READ MORE
Accepted political wisdom says that whichever party holds the White House can expect losses in Congress during mid-term elections. However, Democrats in New Hampshire’s largest city are feeling confident that 2022 will be the exception to the rule if their outlook during the final weekend before Election Day is any indication. READ MORE
As Election Day draws closer, New Hampshire voters might not realize that they will be voting for county attorneys along with all of the other much more noticeable races. Nevertheless, Nicholas Sarwark is doing everything he can to tell the voters of Hillsborough County his vision on how to provide efficient and effective justice for victims of crime. READ MORE
With a week left until Election Day, the Saint Anselm College Survey Center at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) has released a poll indicating that New Hampshire’s Republican candidates have seen a jump since September. READ MORE