N.H. News Recap for Aug. 26, 2022: State appoints election monitors; efforts to bring back seed saving
The state primary is approaching, and a U.S. senate seat and two congressional district seats are on the ballot.
The state has appointed election monitors to oversee the primaries in Bedford, Windham and Laconia Ward 6 after the Attorney General investigated how those towns ran elections in 2020.
And a group in New Hampshire is looking to restore the lost art of seed saving. We talk about those stories and more on this edition of the New Hampshire News Recap.
- Josh Rogers, NHPR
- Amanda Gokee, New Hampshire Bulletin
Top stories from around New Hampshire this week:
- State ballot commission declines to disqualify pro-secession lawmakers from re-election
- Election monitors appointed to oversee Windham, Bedford, and Laconia primaries
- N.H. churches condemn ‘wokeness’ list, saying it could spur harassment
- A new Abenaki garden, and a new era for Abenaki people
- Overtime: Helping her family get housing, food & healthcare is a part-time job for Pembroke woman
- Two airborne emergencies lead to ‘unprecedented’ day for N.H. National Guard
- A new law aims to boost N.H.’s housing market. Here’s what it means for zoning and more.