Corrections and clarifications

Corrections and clarifications
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In pursuit of accuracy, accountability and transparency, Granite Memo strives to follow best practices as outlined in the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics, which calls on journalists to acknowledge their mistakes, correct them promptly and prominently, and explain corrections and clarifications with clarity and care.

To that end, when a factual error is discovered in Granite Memo's reporting, Granite Memo will promptly correct the error and post notice of the change both where the error appeared and here.

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Correction (Dec. 16, 2022): An author page and byline misspelled the name Annmarie Timmins, senior reporter for New Hampshire Bulletin.

Correction (Nov. 18, 2022): A post titled "State rep to stay locked in jail for weeks as NH House majority unsettled" (Nov. 18, 2022) included incorrect references to two recent dates. The events occurred in November, not December.

Correction (Oct. 24, 2022): A post titled "Cory Booker visiting NH to help Democrats fend off GOP challengers" (Oct. 24, 2022) misspelled the name Hanna Trudo.

Correction (Sept. 7, 2022): A post titled "Ready for the deluge? 7 debates, 4 days" (Sept. 6, 2022) referred incorrectly to Don Bolduc as "the GOP nominee in 2020." Bolduc ran in the GOP primary for U.S. Senate in 2020, but he lost to Bryant "Corky" Messner, who then lost to Jeanne Shaheen in the general election.