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New Hampshire Ranks Last in Cost of Voting Index

New Hampshire Ranks Last in Cost of Voting Index

Kaylin Moriarty, Staff Writer November 2, 2022

DURHAM, NH-  To vote in any election requires effort, and while many states are beginning to make voting more convenient, others haven’t been so adaptive. According to the “Cost of Voting Index”...

Q&A With Mark Racic, NH House Candidate

Q&A With Mark Racic, NH House Candidate

Anna Barrows, Contributing Writer November 2, 2022

Mark Racic is a lifelong resident of the Seacoast. He’s lived in Dover, Somersworth and Durham roughly one third of his life in each. He’s a product of the Dover school system both parochial and public....

Dudley and Sandberg reflect as Mill Pond Dam debate comes to a head

Dudley and Sandberg reflect as Mill Pond Dam debate comes to a head

Max Scheinblum March 7, 2022

DURHAM - It was fall 1973 when freshman state legislator Dudley Dudley’s nap was interrupted by the “bringgg” of the telephone. Calling was Barbara Underwood, a Republican colleague whom she considered...

2020 election in Durham

2020 election in Durham

annakatemunsey26 November 5, 2020
2020 presented a significant deal of various challenges, but has voting in one of the most important elections of this generation also been a challenge? Given the unique circumstances, registered voters around Durham still found a way to cast their ballot. Lines were socially-distant and voters received their stickers, and election anxiety has begun to set in.
Student voting information for upcoming election

Student voting information for upcoming election

Hannah Donahue October 16, 2020
Election Day is 19 days away and college students at schools such as the University of New Hampshire (UNH), Dartmouth College and Keene State College (KSC) are taking advantage of absentee voting and registration options on their respective campuses to ensure their voices are heard in the upcoming election.

Trump triumphant, campus devastated

Bret Belden November 10, 2016

Majority of UNH students shocked by Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election  Throughout the history of the United States of America, there have been 44 influential men who have fiercely led this...

Martin O’Malley talks economy

December 7, 2015

By Mark Kobzik Staff Writer Democratic presidential candidate, Martin O’Malley, stopped by the Strafford Room in the MUB for a speech and question and answer session on Tuesday. The former mayor of...

Rand Paul discusses civil liberties

December 7, 2015

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor Presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul spoke to a crowd of about 200 in the MUB’s Strafford Room Monday morning. The republican got right down to business...

Sen. Rand Paul discusses civil liberties at UNH

November 5, 2015

By Sam Rabuck Executive Editor Presidential candidate and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul spoke to a crowd of about 200 in the MUB’s Strafford Room Monday morning. The republican got right down to business...

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