New Hampshire's legislature, known as the General Court, consists of a 400-member House of Representatives and a 24-member Senate. All 424 seats are on the ballot every two years.

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Leaders picked in NH House and NH Senate for 2023-2024 session

After members of the NH House and NH Senate locked in their decisions for top leadership positions on Organization Day, the newly named House Speaker and Senate President began announcing their additional leadership picks for the coming term. Here's who will be serving in which roles, according to announcements from...

Steven Porter

David Scanlan reelected NH Secretary of State

CONCORD — NH Secretary of State David Scanlan, a Republican, kept his job Wednesday, fending off a challenge from Democratic nominee Melanie Levesque. Scanlan captured 237 of the 413 ballots cast in a joint convention of the NH House and NH Senate, which met Wednesday for Organization Day.  That means more...

Steven Porter

Sherman Packard reelected NH House speaker

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...

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