Last week, the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit challenging former President Donald Trump’s eligibility to appear on New Hampshire’s presidential primary ballot.
Today, in a 3-2 decision, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled that state courts cannot review claims of extreme partisan gerrymandering under the state constitution.
This week, a New Hampshire judge dismissed a consolidated lawsuit challenging a 2022 voter suppression law that imposed new burdens on voters who register on Election Day.
On Friday, Dec. 2, a key panel of Democratic National Committee voted to recommend a presidential primary schedule proposed by President Joe Biden with South Carolina earning the coveted “first in the nation” spot.
Today, a lawsuit was filed challenging Senate Bill 418, New Hampshire’s recently enacted voter suppression law.
Yesterday, the New Hampshire Senate approved Senate Bill 418, a bill that could result in some votes being discarded after Election Day.
Today, the New Hampshire Supreme Court adopted a new congressional map after lawmakers failed to draw new districts.
On Friday, May 6, a lawsuit was filed in state court against New Hampshire’s new legislative districts.
On March 31, a lawsuit was filed in state court over New Hampshire’s failure to enact a new congressional map based on 2020 census data.
This morning, the Republican-controlled New Hampshire Senate passed a new congressional map previously approved by the state House.
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