COVID-19 Local Resources

The following COVID-19 information is publicly available but residents of Ward 2 — and Nashua — may find this compilation useful and convenient.  In addition to these state and regional links, the City of Nashua  maintains a page on its website that contains, additional guidance, information and resources relative to COVID-19.  The City’s web pages […]

Schools Get Funding Increase With NH Budget

The two-year state compromise budget signed by the Governor in September increased school funding by $138 million over two years – close to the $140 million boost that Democrats proposed in 2019. The budget restored stabilization aid to original levels, which the state had been cutting annually, and it provided funding for full-day kindergarten and […]

State Senator Dan Feltes Announces He is Running For Governor

Dan Feltes (D – Concord), Senate Majority Leader, announced his campaign for governor on Tuesday, Sept. 3rd. He is the first Democrat to enter the race. A former legal aid lawyer, Dan is currently serving his third term in the State Senate. Senator Feltes released a four-minute video announcing his candidacy during which he said, […]

Sometimes a Bill’s Title Does Not Reflect What the Bill Actually Would Do

During the the March 14th House Session, Representatives approved HB 198, “repealing the prohibition on texting while driving” by a vote of 252 – 73.  Why would so many Legislators approve such a bill?  What the bill actually did was repeal one provision in state law, which only referred to texting (RSA 265:105-a) and reinforced […]

Key Education Bills Receive Initial House Approval

The NH House of Representatives, today, approved HB 564, relative to possession of firearms in safe school zones, which would incorporate the Federal Gun Free Schools Act into New Hampshire law.  The final roll call vote to pass the bill with an amendment was 194 – 154 in favor of the legislation.  This is position […]

How to Check Your Voter Registration or Absentee Ballot Request Status

The NH Secretary of State provides an online tool that allows NH residents the opportunity to see if they are registered to vote, to determine what their political party affiliation is, and — if they applied for an absentee ballot – what the status of that process is. In addition, the site provides links to […]