NH House of Representatives Public Guidance for Remote Committee Meetings

How to register support/opposition on a bill To sign in to speak on a bill or to register support or opposition, you will utilize the newly created “NH House Remote Sign-In Sheet” located on the general court website available here. You are encouraged to sign in well in advance of the hearing. If you not […]

Registration for COVID Vaccines, Phase 1B, Opens Jan. 22

COVID-19 Vaccine Up-date From Sen. Cindy Rosenwald Yesterday afternoon, along with several of my Senate colleagues, I met with Perry Plummer, who is overseeing our state’s vaccine distribution efforts. He briefed us on the current state of vaccine distribution in NH, and I write to share with you what we discussed.So far, the state has […]

Endorsements & Recommendations

A number of organizations review incumbent voting records and/or request that candidates complete surveys and questionnaires on subject matter of interest to their members. These organizations may be local, regional, statewide, or national. Some organizations will “endorse” or “recommend” candidates to their membership. Some will announce these recommendations publicly. Some don’t. The NH Motorcyclists’ Rights […]

NH House Fails to Override 17 of Governor Sununu’s Vetoes

On Wednesday, September 16th, the NH House of Representatives gathered at the University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore Center for Veto Day – a session that was scheduled to take up 17 bills that Governor Sununu had vetoed in recent months. Action on all vetoes required a roll call vote, and the NH Constitution requires a […]

NH Patch Publishes Candidate Profile

NH Patch has published my candidate profile for the upcoming race for State Representative in Nashua’s Ward 2 (Hills. 29). My thanks to NH Patch for its efforts to educate voters heading into the November 3rd State Election. https://patch.com/new-hampshire/nashua/paul-bergeron-nashua-state-representative-candidate

Sununu Veto of Independent Redistricting Bill Keeps Gerrymandering Alive

This week, Governor Sununu vetoed HB 1665 which would establish an independent redistricting commission. The bill had bipartisan sponsorship and support. In his veto message, Sununu stated that “…we should take pride that issues of gerrymandering are rare.” Unfortunately, that is not true. The most obvious example of the type of gerrymandering that took place […]