Election 2022

NH Supreme Court building

Court approves new congressional map

BY: - May 31, 2022

The New Hampshire Supreme Court approved a map Tuesday establishing congressional voting districts for the next 10 years, after the governor and Legislature failed to create a viable plan last week. The approval comes one day before the filing period for candidates running for office will open. The map approved by the court moves only […]

State House Dome

Congressional district maps en route to governor

BY: - May 26, 2022

Update: 3:11 p.m. Gov. Chris Sununu told a WMUR reporter he will veto the congressional district map passed by the Legislature Thursday.  “The citizens of  New Hampshire will not accept this map, which moves both members of Congress into the same district. Our races have to be fair, which is why I will veto this […]

Intimidation at the polls and what it means for elections in the future

BY: - May 25, 2022

When Zib Corell decided to run for supervisor of the checklist in Concord, it wasn’t a hard decision. She had seen her mom work the polls as a child, and she was eager to fulfill her civic duty in turn. But Corell worries that recruiting the next generation of poll workers won’t be so easy. […]

New Hampshire lawmakers work on a new congressional district map

BY: - May 16, 2022

Lawmakers from the House and Senate met Monday to negotiate their latest attempt at drawing a congressional district map that can gain Gov. Chris Sununu’s signature, a process intended to determine voting districts for the next decade. After a few last-minute tweaks were discussed in a morning session, the joint panel of lawmakers met again […]

Exterior of the NH Supreme Court

New Hampshire Supreme Court rules current congressional districts unconstitutional

BY: - May 12, 2022

The New Hampshire Supreme Court in a unanimous opinion issued Thursday ruled that the state’s current congressional districts, which have been in place since 2012, are unconstitutional given shifts in the state population. This means the maps can’t be used moving forward, the ruling states. The court also held that if the Legislature and governor […]