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CONCORD — Newly sworn-in members of the NH House elected a speaker Wednesday without needing more than one ballot.
Republican nominee Rep. Sherman Packard of Londonderry, who has been serving in the powerful leadership role for two years, was reelected with 205 votes out of 391 ballots cast.
Taking the podium...
The expected absences on the Democratic side could give the GOP a wider margin, but Republican absences are possible, too.
Also: Leaders leaving NH GOP posts; voter confidence committee still revising final report; an unusual recount appeal has been dropped.
Thousands of challenged absentee ballots wouldn't be enough to change the outcome of the race.
With a battle-tested state law on their side, NH Democrats insist their first-in-the-nation presidential primary will happen one of two ways: either with or without DNC approval.
The president 'failed to understand the unique role' NH plays in nominating process, Dem senator said.
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