When you think of a New England tradition like Old Home Day, you think of food on the grill, kids’ games, free entertainment, marching bands and plenty of red, white and blue. And you’re likely as well to think of politicians wandering the crowd, extending a handshake, sporting big smiles and maybe even kissing babies.
In the Live Free or Die state, residents have the right to choose their form of government. Charter commissions – followed by a vote of the people – have allowed towns and school districts to change, for example, from Town Meeting to SB (Senate Bill) 2 government, with its deliberative session, or to choose the
As the Presidential election moves forward and an ever-increasing stable of candidates hits the campaign trail, New Hampshire is definitely one of the places to be. Thanks to New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary, this year’s candidates are visiting us often. And this year, the importance of the state among presidential hopefuls has been recognized by the