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N.H. Democrats postpone launch of write-in campaign for Biden

“The tragic situation happening in Lewiston, Maine has all of us deeply upset and unsettled, and out of respect, we feel waiting is prudent,” one democrat involved in the N.H. effort told the Globe.

So Biden’s a no-show on the New Hampshire primary ballot. What happens next?

President Biden wasn’t successful in unseating New Hampshire from the first-in-the-nation primary slot it has held for more than a century, but his campaign’s announcement this week that he won’t appear on the state’s 2024 primary ballot has nonetheless added a new wrinkle to the contest.


It’s Veto Day in New Hampshire. What does that mean?

N.H. lawmakers will take a look at nine bills that Governor Chris Sununu rejected this year. They’ll need a two-thirds majority from each chamber to overturn them.


Is it a ‘mistake’ for Biden to skip the N.H. primary? The Secretary of State weighs in

Secretary of State Scanlan said political parties want to exert control over the presidential nominating process, so New Hampshire needs to defend its first-in-the-nation primary tradition.

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Contest emerges in N.H. for ‘most important office you’ve never heard of’

In the shadow of the 2024 gubernatorial race, Democratic candidates Mike Liberty and Karen Liot Hill have stepped forward in hopes of serving on the state’s Executive Council


President Biden will not file for N.H.’s Democratic primary

“Biden for President will refrain from submitting a Declaration of Candidacy for the Primary ahead of Friday’s candidate filing deadline,” the head of the New Hampshire Democratic party said in a statement.

A battle over LGBTQ+ art in public spaces brews in Littleton, N.H.

After a state senator who is also a select board member spoke out against LGBTQ+ artwork in town, some residents are concerned the board will try to ban public art and performances.


Could 2024 be the year N.H. legalizes marijuana?

Lawmakers gave a cannabis study commission until Dec. 1 to recommend a path forward, with an implied mission to satisfy the demands of Governor Chris Sununu, who dropped his opposition to legalization in May.