Many likely GOP primary voters remain undecided, so these debates could prove hugely influential in the contests for U.S. Senate and the two congressional districts.
The map would move five towns from the 1st congressional district to the 2nd district to equalize the population between the two. Oral argument on the proposed map is scheduled for Tuesday, May 31.
This is your Monday Morning Memo for Jan. 4, 2021, a look at how the coming week in NH politics is shaping up. The first full week of 2021 is looking like a busy and interesting one, as state and federal officials are on track to finalize the outcome of
Saturday's big event drew thousands. Here's what you need to know about it.
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