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Voters appear to approve of Executive Council, return all incumbents

Adam Drapcho, GSNC November 9, 2022

With about three-fourths of votes accounted for as of 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, it seems that the state’s next Executive Council will look a lot like the current one, as all incumbents held a lead. If...

Outside the Memorial Union Building, where activist groups were shuttling students to polls during election day.

Sununu, Hassan, Pappas win re-election in NH

Ashlyn Giroux, Staff Writer November 9, 2022

In Tuesday's midterm elections, high-profile New Hampshire incumbents Governor Chris Sununu (R-NH), Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Congressman Chris Pappas (D-NH) held onto their seats by significant...

NH voters appear to turn down constitutional convention, but not to retire Register of Probate role

Adam Drapcho, GSNC November 9, 2022

Voters appeared to vote down both ballot questions on Tuesday.  The measures, if approved, would have amended the state’s Constitution to remove a role that had already been made redundant and would...

Cam Kenney, UNH alum, on the Ballot Again for NH House

Phoebe Mulry, Contributing Writer November 5, 2022

This election cycle, UNH students are given a chance to vote for one of their own. Cam Kenney, 26-year-old UNH alumnus and Franklin Pierce law school student, is seeking to represent Strafford County’s...

New Hampshires state house in Concord

TNH’s 2022 Midterm Election Guide

TNH Staff November 4, 2022

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on all things midterm elections. If you're looking for information on how to vote in Durham, which both in-state and out-of-state students can do, click here. Also, be...

How to vote in the 2022 Midterm Election on November 8

How to vote in the 2022 Midterm Election on November 8

TNH Staff November 4, 2022

Are you wondering how, when and where to vote in the midterm election? Look no further! Our easy to follow guide, made with the help of NextGen America, gives you all the information you need leading up...

TNH Talks Midterm Elections: Why are you voting?

Alexander Rapp, Digital Editor November 4, 2022

We went around the University of New Hampshire's Main Campus to ask students and faculty alike why they were voting in midterm elections. We interviewed a multitude of people concerning the issues they...

Marjorie Smith, Self-Described Policy Wonk, Eyes a Return to NH House

Marjorie Smith, Self-Described Policy Wonk, Eyes a Return to NH House

Max Scheinblum, Executive Editor November 3, 2022

DURHAM - Lucky for Marjorie Smith, she knew exactly what she wanted to be at a young age. Her first political speech was when she was 11, and her passion for government led to a graduate degree in public...

Midterm Update: Marijuana Legalization in New Hampshire and Beyond

Midterm Update: Marijuana Legalization in New Hampshire and Beyond

Amanda Pirani, News Editor November 3, 2022

While marijuana has been decriminalized in New Hampshire since 2017, it remains a restricted, illegal drug with the exception of medical usage. New Hampshire is the only New England state which has not...

Durham, NH- A counter demonstration in response to Students for Life Americas tabling event forms outside the Memorial Union Building at UNH.

How US House and Senate Candidates View Abortion

Ava Montalbano, Staff Writer November 3, 2022

In the wake of the overturning of Roe v. Wade, many New Hampshire residents are concerned with how the 2022 midterm elections will affect abortion regulations.  The midterm election on Nov 8. will...

New Hampshire Rates Highest For Student Indebtedness. Where do the Candidates Stand on Student Loans and Debt?

New Hampshire Rates Highest For Student Indebtedness. Where do the Candidates Stand on Student Loans and Debt?

Melanie Matts, Managing Editor November 3, 2022

In August, President Biden announced a three-part Student Debt Relief Plan which would allow eligible borrowers up to $10,000 in student loan forgiveness and up to $10,000 more for pell-grant recipients....

Climate Change in the Midterms: Where do Candidates Stand? 

Climate Change in the Midterms: Where do Candidates Stand? 

Julie Bobyock, News Editor November 3, 2022

As the New Hampshire midterm elections rapidly approach, many issues are at the forefront of voters' minds. At the top of that list for many students is climate change.  The 2021 New Hampshire Climate...

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