SEABROOK — Many incumbents running for re-election in local districts were victorious in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night, but noted they still have work to do before the November election.
CONCORD, N.H. — The New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled Thursday that eliminating the distinction between “residency” and “domicile” for voting purposes would be constitutional, siding with Republicans who argue that out-of-state college students who vote here should be subject to the same re…
SEABROOK – With about an hour left before the polls close, officials said 53 percent of Seabrook residences were without electricity, but heavy voting earlier in the day still pushed the vote totals up.
This Week's Circulars
Newburyport - John Matthew McVey, 90, of Newburyport, formerly of North Andover, died early Saturday Morning at Anna Jaques Hospital in Newburyport. He was the beloved husband of 60 years to Jean C. (Milner) McVey. Born in Andover, November 2, 1928, he was one of three sons of the late Edwar…
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CONCORD, N.H. — The New Hampshire Attorney General and U.S. Attorney for New Hampshire have set up voter hotlines to handle voter inquiries and complaints on Election Day, Tuesday.
SEABROOK — There have been years when the Kentucky Derby hasn’t had as many horses running for the roses as this year’s field of candidates running in New Hampshire’s Sept. 13 primary for the seat in the corner office being vacated by Gov. Maggie Hassan.