Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Texas are holding elections next week. Find out what's on your ballot in our latest report.

Difference between revisions of "New Hampshire"

From Ballotpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 60: Line 60:
'''New Hampshire Counties'''<br>
'''New Hampshire Counties'''<br>
[[Sunshinereview:Belknap County, New Hampshire|Belknap]] • [[Sunshinereview:Carroll County, New Hampshire|Carroll]] •
[[Belknap County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Belknap]] • [[Carroll County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Carroll]] • [[Cheshire County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Cheshire]] • [[Coos County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Coos]] • [[Grafton County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Grafton]] • [[Hillsborough County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Hillsborough]] • [[Merrimack County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Merrimack]] • [[Rockingham County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Rockingham]] • [[Strafford County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Strafford]] • [[Sullivan County, New Hampshire ballot measures|Sullivan]]
[[Sunshinereview:Cheshire County, New Hampshire|Cheshire]] • [[Sunshinereview:Coos County, New Hampshire|Coos]] •
[[Sunshinereview:Grafton County, New Hampshire|Grafton]] • [[Sunshinereview:Hillsborough County, New Hampshire|Hillsborough]] •
[[Sunshinereview:Merrimack County, New Hampshire|Merrimack]] • [[Sunshinereview:Rockingham County, New Hampshire|Rockingham]] •
[[Sunshinereview:Strafford County, New Hampshire|Strafford]] • [[Sunshinereview:Sullivan County, New Hampshire|Sullivan]]
'''[[Sunshinereview:New Hampshire counties|All New Hampshire counties...]]'''

Revision as of 11:38, 2 October 2009

660px-Flag of New Hampshire.svg.png
New Hampshire on Ballotpedia

New Hampshire_ballot_measures
State measures
New Hampshire local ballot measures
Local measures
Ballotpedia:New Hampshire
The New Hampshire project

New Hampshire ballot news

New Hampshire hoping to improve ballot access through house bill

Wooden ballot box.jpg

CONCORD, New Hampshire: A new House Bill has been introduced by New Hampshire Representative Joel Winters. The new bill, known as HB 1264, was introduced to improve ballot access by allowing previously unqualified political parties to get on the ballot for the United States Senate, or for governor.[1]

According to the bill, a two-tier system would be implemented that would allow a party that polled 3% for the United States Senate or governor in the last election or that has at least 3,000 registered members. The parties would then nominate their candidate by convention. Currently, to be a qualified political party, that party has to have polled 4% of voters in the previous election for senate or governor.

...more New Hampshire ballot news

New Hampshire Government

Government of New Hampshire
New Hampshire ConstitutionSupreme CourtHouse of RepresentativesSenateGovernorLieutenant GovernorAttorney GeneralSecretary of State

New Hampshire Counties

Ballots and elections

Laws and history

Media and activism

New Hampshirites can vote on...

Statutes from citizens
Vetoing legislation by referendum
Recalling officials

Contribute to Ballotpedia

...get started now

Transparency and Judiciary

New Hampshire on Sunshine Review
New Hampshire Judges on Judgepedia
New Hampshire Transparency on Sunshine Review New Hampshire Judges on Judgepedia


  1. Ballot Access News, "New Hampshire Ballot Access Improvement Bills Introduced," December 10, 2009