The New Hampshire Legislature is considering allowing online voter registration – a major potential change to the state’s election system that advocates say would ease burdens on voters and poll workers.
During the 2022 elections, the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s Office audited voting machines in six different polling places, checking for accuracy and consistency as part of a one-time requirement by the Legislature.
Every four years, New Hampshire becomes the center of the American political universe, all thanks to the state’s first-in-the-nation primary.
More than 42 million Americans by mid-afternoon on Monday had gotten a jump start on Tuesday’s midterm elections, casting their votes through mail-in ballots or by heading to in-person early voting centers.
According to a recent report from the Election Law Journal, New Hampshire is ranked last in the U.S. based on the ease of voting.
New Hampshire voters have a number of decisions to make as multiple races could determine the political landscape of the Granite State.
It’s time to make your voting plan: The New Hampshire state primary election will happen on Tuesday, Sept. 13.