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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...

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...

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...

Joseph Kenney, left, and Dana Hilliard, right

Incumbent Joe Kenney Squares off Against Somersworth Mayor for Executive Council Seat

Aidan Bearor, Contributing Writer November 3, 2022

Republican Councilor Joseph Kenney has represented New Hampshire’s first District in the state’s Executive Council for merely one year. After serving in the role for several terms prior to the 2019...

Perkins Kwoka at a campaign stop last weekend

Perkins Kwoka has Abortion, Clean Energy on her Mind for Upcoming Legislative Sessions 

Abby Owens, Mouth of the River (ORHS) November 2, 2022

Rebecca Perkins Kwoka will again serve as the New Hampshire State Senator for Strafford County District 21, running unopposed in this year's election. The 40-year-old looks forward to representing the...

First lady Jill Biden (left) offered support to Sen. Maggie Hassan (right), D-New Hampshire,  and other Democrats seeking election this year in a stop at the New Hampshire Democratic Coordinated Campaign field office in Portsmouth Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022.

Jill Biden Offers Support to Hassan, Other Democrats Seeking Election at Stop in State

Steven Porter, GSNC October 31, 2022

PORTSMOUTH — With 10 days left until the election, first lady Jill Biden swung through the state Saturday to stump for Democrats up and down the Nov. 8 ballot, including Sen. Maggie Hassan and other...

Politics as Usual: A Conversation With Maggie Hassan

Politics as Usual: A Conversation With Maggie Hassan

Max Scheinblum, Executive Editor October 28, 2022

Max speaks with Sen. Maggie Hassan on climate change, the cost of tuition, and more ahead of the midterm election.

Politics as Usual: A Conversation With Chris Pappas

Politics as Usual: A Conversation With Chris Pappas

Max Scheinblum, Executive Editor October 27, 2022

Max sits down with Rep. Chris Pappas of New Hampshire's 1st congressional district to discuss climate change, gun control, student debt, and more ahead of the midterm election.

Sen. Maggie Hassan speaks with reporters Sept. 10, 2022, after a canvassing kickoff event with Democrats in Dover, N.H. (Steven Porter/Granite Memo)

Hassan vs. Bolduc: Why Democrats in NH are focused on abortion. What do voters think?

Steven Porter, GSNC October 2, 2022

PORTSMOUTH — The four Democratic leaders who spoke during a recent press conference at the Portsmouth Public Library delivered a singular warning. New Hampshire’s current race for U.S. Senate could...

Topanga Canyon Vintage Collaborative Rallies for Reproductive Rights with Vagipalooza Event

Topanga Canyon Vintage Collaborative Rallies for Reproductive Rights with Vagipalooza Event

Aleksandra Bedard, Staff Writer September 13, 2022

Durham, NH- Following the overturning of Roe v. Wade and a summer of planning, the Topanga Canyon Vintage Collaborative (TCVC) gathered members of the University of New Hampshire (UNH) community for a...

ICYMI: President Deans summer updates

ICYMI: President Dean’s summer updates

Ashlyn Giroux, Staff Writer August 29, 2022

When the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade this past summer, one question was on University of New Hampshire (UNH) students’ minds: what would the President say? On June 28, in update #44, they got...

Abortion set to become key issue in New Hampshire State Senate

Abortion set to become key issue in New Hampshire State Senate

Ben MacKillop March 26, 2021

Two bills seeking to place some limits on abortion within New Hampshire passed the New Hampshire House of Representatives last month and have been introduced in the Senate, setting up a heated battle...

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