Date: 
Feb 28, 2015

With the New Hampshire Legislature in recess for the school vacation week, a lot of attention turned to the 2016 election this week.

Not only was there activity on the presidential primary front, but in the 2016 race for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Republican Kelly Ayotte.

Date: 
Jun 04, 2015

This week was a busy one for the 2016 presidential field, with a bevy of candidates on both sides of the ballot announcing their official intention to seek the Oval Office. 

Date: 
Oct 06, 2015

With an official announcement that she would seek to challenge Sen. Kelly Ayotte for her Congressional seat, Gov. Maggie Hassan removed any lingering doubts as to whether she might seek reelection in 2016. Hassan’s move left the race for the governor’s office wide open, with a host of possible contenders signaling interest in a run.

Date: 
Oct 08, 2015

Executive Councilor Colin Van Ostern announced Tuesday, October 8 that he is running for New Hampshire Governor in 2016.

Van Ostern is the first Democrat to formally join the race.

Date: 
Oct 23, 2015

This week several individuals announced they were exploring a run for higher office in New Hampshire. 

Date: 
Nov 06, 2015

Mark Connolly, Former Deputy Secretary of State and Director of Securities Regulation, has officially joined the Democratic race for New Hampshire Governor.

Connolly was in office during the investigation of the Financial Resources Mortgage (FRM) Ponzi scheme. Connolly resigned in 2010 and wrote a book alleging the state had covered up mismanagement of the FRM scandal.

Date: 
Dec 15, 2015

HB 1530, which has been submitted for the 2016 session, would give NH residents the option of using a mail-in ballot.

In states that have authorized vote-by-mail, otherwise known as “no-excuse” absentee voting, voters may request to receive their ballot through U.S. postal mail. Voters then fill out the ballot and mail it back to a town office or other official collection center.

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