Here are the broad topics currently on Granite Memo's coverage radar:
#redistricting – Based on the results of the 2020 Census, New Hampshire's congressional and state legislative district boundaries will be redrawn by the Republican-controlled state legislature.
#nh01 – New Hampshire's 1st Congressional District covers southeastern parts of the Granite State, from Conway to Hampton to Manchester. Rep. Chris Pappas, a Democrat, won reelection in 2020. His seat will be on the ballot again in 2022.
#nh02 – New Hampshire's 2nd Congressional District covers western and northern parts of the Granite State, including the cities of Nashua and Concord. Rep. Annie Kuster, a Democrat, won reelection in 2020. Her seat will be on the ballot again in 2022.
#nhsen – New Hampshire's two seats in the U.S. Senate are occupied currently by Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Sen. Maggie Hassan, both Democrats. Shaheen defended her seat in 2020. Hassan's seat will be on the ballot in 2022.
#nhgov – New Hampshire elects a governor and five-member Executive Council every two years. Gov. Chris Sununu, a Republican, won reelection in 2020 to a third term. The executive councilors who won in 2020 are Joseph Kenney (R), Cinde Warmington (D), Janet Stevens (R), Ted Gatsas (R), and Dave Wheeler (R).
#nhleg – 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.
#fitn – New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary stitches together federal, state and local politics in the Granite State, with a crescendo every four years. The 2020 cycle is over, but 2024 is just around the corner.
#nhpolitics – For all the noteworthy trends and features that don't fit in the categories above.