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Gov. Sununu expected to veto congressional district map; New Hampshire Supreme Court to draw

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New Hampshire is one few states yet to finalize new U.S. House districts. Gov. Chris Sununu promised to veto a plan that would have given the GOP a strong advantage in the 1st District. The state Supreme Court will step in to redraw the state's congressional map.
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Sununu to veto congressional map, letting court take over

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Supreme Court will redraw the state’s congressional map after the Legislature's latest, last-ditch effort failed Thursday to win over Republican Gov. Chris Sununu.

30 days ago·United States
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Washington Examiner

Governor announces veto of New Hampshire congressional map as court takeover looms

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu announced Thursday that he will once again veto a congressional map from the Republican-led state legislature.

30 days ago·Washington, United States
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WMUR

Gov. Sununu expected to veto congressional district map; New Hampshire Supreme Court to draw

It will be up to the state Supreme Court to draw new congressional district maps despite Republicans in the state legislature approving maps Thursday.

30 days ago
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WCAX-TV

Sununu to veto congressional map, letting court take over

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Supreme Court will redraw the state’s congressional map after the Legislature’s latest, last-ditch effort failed Thursday to win over Republican Gov. Chris Sununu.New Hampshire is one few states yet to finalize new U.S. House districts as required every 10 years to reflect population changes. Democrats currently hold both seats, and while Republicans control the Legislature, they have struggled to pass what…

30 days ago·Burlington, United States
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