Voters in more than 75 towns across the state will decide on Keno at town meetings this spring.
State lawmakers legalized the lottery game last year as a way to help fund all-day kindergarten statewide.
But it still has to be approved on a city-by-city or town-by-town basis.
In Enfield, where it’ll be up for a vote at the Town Meeting next month, selectman Meredith Smith says she hopes voters reject Keno and send a message to Concord. “Gambling is not a way to fix the funding of the schools,” she said.
Districts receive the kindergarten funding whether or not they approve the game.