With tag: elections
Voting Still In Question For NH College Students
The impact of out-of-state college students on New Hampshire elections is hard to determine. But it's likely
greater than in other states, because out-of-staters make up a larger share of
Smith Announces New Write-In Bid
loser of Vermont's Progressive Party primary for governor says she'll
run as an independent write-in candidate in the general election.
Judge Blocks NH Voter Law
New Hampshire, a Strafford County Superior Court judge is ordering
the state to change its new voter registration form before the November
Condos Urges Vermonters To Register To Vote
of State Jim Condos is urging Vermonters to register to vote before the November
is National Voter Registration Day.
New Hampshire Voting Law Challenged
In New Hampshire, a Strafford County judge is hearing from advocacy groups suing the state
over a new law that effectively blocks out-of-state students from voting there.
Brock To Talk Health Care
running for Vermont governor says there are 25 things the state can do to
reduce costs and raise quality in health care.
Shumlin Tops Brock In Fundraising Report
Peter Shumlin has passed the million-dollar mark in campaign fundraising. In
the last month Shumlin has raised more than two and a half times as much as his
Republican rival, State Senator Randy Brock.
Election Officials Want To Move Up Primary
Vermont's elections director says she and her boss, Secretary
of State Jim Condos, will push lawmakers in their upcoming session to move Vermont's state-office primary from late August to May or
Gubernatorial Candidates Ramp Up For Debate
gear up for their first debate of the campaign, Governor Shumlin and Republican
challenger Randy Brock are squabbling over health care.
Removing Barriers In Public Places
By Jane Lindholm
on accessibility issues across the state with guests Robert Appel of the Vermont
Human Rights Commission and Sarah Launderville of the Vermont Center for
Independent Living; checking in with Jack Lindley at the Republican National convention; and a report from the new cadets at Norwich University.