Date: 
Aug 12, 2015

According to a recent study, the ranking of search engine results influences undecided voters.

Date: 
Aug 13, 2015

On August 11 a federal judge ruled that New Hampshire voters have a right to post images of their ballots on social media.

Date: 
Aug 20, 2015

According to a recent Granite State Poll, 57% of Granite Staters support a bill, SB 179, that requires voters to live in the state at least 30 days before voting.

Date: 
Sep 02, 2015

As of August 2015, over half of all states allow online voter registration. 

Date: 
Sep 18, 2015

The Secretary of State is appealing the court ruling that struck down New Hampshire’s ban on ballot selfies.

In 2014 New Hampshire passed a law that created a $1,000 fine for posting a marked ballot on social media.

Date: 
Oct 28, 2015

Election Day is held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November. Several states, including New York, Kentucky, and Hawaii, have made the date a civic holiday. Private sector employers are not required to give employees a day off on state holidays, but many opt to do so.

Date: 
Dec 16, 2015

By Paul Briand
The question for New Hampshire’s undeclared voters is this: Will you take a Democrat ballot to help propel Bernie Sanders in his quixotic political campaign against Hillary Clinton, or will you take a Republican ballot to help decide one of the more complex and polarizing GOP contests in decades?

Date: 
Mar 10, 2016

On Wednesday, March 9 the House voted on several significant bills for the 2016 session.  Here are some of the notable results:

HB 1313, requiring a voter live in the state at least ten days – passed

Date: 
May 12, 2016

On Wednesday, May 11 the state House of Representatives voted in favor of SB 4, a bill that requires a voter to live in New Hampshire at least thirty days before voting in an election.

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