The Democratic National Committee approved a presidential primary calendar Saturday that placed South Carolina as the first nominating state in 2024, pushing back New Hampshire and Iowa from their traditional spots in a party-wide effort to diversify the early calendar.
During the 2022 elections, the New Hampshire Secretary of State’s Office audited voting machines in six different polling places, checking for accuracy and consistency as part of a one-time requirement by the Legislature.
More than 42 million Americans by mid-afternoon on Monday had gotten a jump start on Tuesday’s midterm elections, casting their votes through mail-in ballots or by heading to in-person early voting centers.
All polling places are required to have at least one accessible voting machine for federal elections, but as communities across New Hampshire age, reliance on what’s known as “One4All” technology is expected to grow.
With less than a month to go before Election Day, New Hampshire voters have plenty of resources about voting in their state.
According to a recent report from the Election Law Journal, New Hampshire is ranked last in the U.S. based on the ease of voting.
New Hampshire voters have a number of decisions to make as multiple races could determine the political landscape of the Granite State.
It’s time to make your voting plan: The New Hampshire state primary election will happen on Tuesday, Sept. 13.