The problem was first noticed Sept. 21, when a town clerk noticed absentee ballot requests arriving that were clearly intended for another town.
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The funds, which will be allocated from New Hampshire's share of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, will be split into two tranches.
Supporters have said the law stops teachers from tailoring lessons against one race or gender. But teachers and public education advocates say it could lead to unfair punishments.
Most of the students taking the EFAs were not previously enrolled in the public school system.
As Republicans sought unity around the goal of ousting New Hampshire’s Democratic members of Congress, some also issued warnings to the candidates.
The UNH politics professor said the outcome shows the movement that bears Donald Trump's name has grown beyond the former president himself.