Voting for a Full Slate
An analysis by the Nashua Telegraph shows that most people voted for candidates all the way down the New Hampshire ballot on Nov. 4, putting to ...
An analysis by the Nashua Telegraph shows that most people voted for candidates all the way down the New Hampshire ballot on Nov. 4, putting to rest concerns that the abolition of straight-ticket voting would frustrate or impede people.
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