Voting

A woman holds a sign that reads "Show us fair maps"

With redistricting underway, citizens raise their voices about lack of representation

BY: - September 30, 2021

Strafford County has a problem when it comes to representation and redistricting. The county serves as the head of the dragon-shaped Executive Council District 2 – a visible example of how gerrymandering can “pack” like-minded voters, Democrats in this case, into a district that stretches across the state. But not all of the problems stemming […]

A web page for the 2020 Census

What will the new census data mean for the state’s two congressional districts?

BY: - August 19, 2021

When the U.S. Census Bureau released raw data for New Hampshire’s once-in-a-decade count, the numbers revealed a slowly diversifying state, whose population is growing in the Seacoast area but shrinking in the north and west.  But the numbers also set the stage for a redistricting effort, one that could affect the state’s congressional representation.  According […]