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A continuación, encuentra las noticias del viernes 15 de enero.

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Personas de 65 años o más se vacunarán en siguiente fase

Personas de 65 [sesenta y cinco] años o más, podrán obtener su vacuna contra el COVID-19 en la próxima fase de vacunación, programada para empezar a finales de este mes. 

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Gov. Chris Sununu is starting his third term as governor of New Hampshire. Morning Edition host Rick Ganley spoke with Sununu Friday about the challenges facing the state, events this past week in Washington, and what he hopes to accomplish in the next two years.

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Gov. Chris Sununu was sworn into a third term as New Hampshire governor on Thursday. A copy of his inaugural address is below.

Governor Sununu photo
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Gov. Chris Sununu was inaugurated for his third term Thursday, taking the oath of office in a closed-door ceremony and delivering his inaugural address via YouTube rather than before a live audience.

Gov. Chris Sununu was sworn in for a third term at noon ahead of his inaugural address Thursday night.

The ceremony comes after Sununu canceled a planned outdoor inaugural ceremony, citing public safety concerns after protesters at his private home in Newfields. 

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A continuación, encuentra las noticias del miércoles 6 de enero. 

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En New Hampshire se presenta aumento de contagios de COVID-19 y más fallecimientos en centros de la tercera edad

Governor Sununu photo
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Gov. Chris Sununu will give a news conference at today, Jan. 5, about New Hampshire's coronavirus response and the state's COVID-19 vaccination plan.

Listen live on NHPR, streaming online at NHPR.org and on NHPR's mobile apps. Subscribe to NHPR's coronavirus update newsletter for more news.

Watch the conference below in this video livestream, when the press conference begins at 3 p.m.:

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Things are getting busy again at the New Hampshire State House with the start of the new year. This week, both the Legislature and Gov. Chris Sununu begin new terms against the backdrop of a worsening COVID-19 pandemic. NHPR Senior Political Reporter Josh Rogers discussed this with All Things Considered Host Peter Biello.

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Citing public safety concerns related to a group of armed protestors who have gathered outside of his private home in recent weeks, Gov. Chris Sununu said Wednesday he is cancelling a planned outdoor inaugural ceremony on Jan. 7.

“For weeks, armed protesters have increasingly become more aggressive, targeting my family, protesting outside my private residence, and trespassing on my property — an outdoor public ceremony simply brings too much risk,” Sununu said in a press release. “We do not make this decision lightly but it is the right thing to do.”

Newfields police issued citations on Tuesday to a group of protestors who gathered outside the home of Gov. Chris Sununu in defiance of a recently passed ordinance that prohibits picketing in the town.

Governor Chris Sununu at the voting polls in Newfields
Dan Tuohy / NHPR

After several weeks of protests near the private home of Gov. Chris Sununu, the town of Newfields has enacted an ordinance banning such gatherings outside private residences.

The ordinance, which was introduced by the town’s Select Board on Dec. 8, prohibits “any person to engage in picketing before or about the residence or dwelling of any individual in the Town of Newfields.” Violations are subject to a $100 fine.

Josh Rogers | NHPR

Gov. Chris Sununu imposed a statewide mask mandate effective Friday, the state’s most sweeping response to the coronavirus pandemic in months. The policy came the same day that New Hampshire health officials announced a record for new daily COVID-19 infections in the state.

Gov. Chris Sununu dons an "I Voted" sticker after casting his ballot in Newfields
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A continuación, encuentra las noticias del viernes 13 de noviembre. 

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Número de casos diarios de COVID-19 superan récord en New Hampshire

Los funcionarios de salud de New Hampshire anunciaron 323 [trescientos veinte tres] nuevos casos de COVID-19 el jueves, una vez más, un número que supera el récord de casos diarios en el estado.

Via steelguru.com

A mining company with ties to the family of Gov. Chris Sununu is poised to gain financially after a brokered settlement of an armed conflict between the nations of Armenia and Azerbaijan.

The company, Anglo Asian Mining, is partially owned by former Gov. John H. Sununu, father of the current governor. 

Governor Chris Sununu voting in Newfields on November 3, 2020.
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New Hampshire voters may have re-elected Democrats to the U.S. Senate and congressional seats this week. But when it came to State House races, Republicans are the ones celebrating.

Republicans appear poised to claim new majorities in the state Senate and House of Representatives, as well as the Executive Council. And Gov. Chris Sununu, a Republican from Newfields, was perhaps the biggest victor on Tuesday night, winnning re-election by a 2 to 1 margin over his challengers. 

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A continuación, encuentra las noticias del miércoles 4 de noviembre. 

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A pesar de las preocupaciones de las elecciones, estas fluyeron bien

Governor Chris Sununu talks to supporters in Newfields on Election Day 2020.
Dan Tuohy / NHPR

Gov. Chris Sununu has won election to a third term as New Hampshire governor. The Newfields Republican called his victory a mandate on his management skills and his promise to stay faithful to core GOP principles of limited government and local control.

Todd Bookman/NHPR

After months of debates, ad buys and social media quips, Republican Gov. Chris Sununu and his Democratic challenger state Sen. Dan Feltes spent the last weekend of the campaign doing some retail style politicking. 

There is a lot on the country's plate right now: a pandemic, economic disruption, a racial justice crisis, and serious climate change threats.

All are getting some attention on the New Hampshire campaign trail in 2020, but so too are the issues of income taxes and abortion, which animate every election here regardless of who is running.

Dan Tuohy / NHPR

In the final days of the 2020 campaign, we’re taking a few moments to hear closing arguments from candidates for statewide office.

NHPR's Peter Biello spoke with Gov. Chris Sununu about why he's seeking a third term.

Messner for Senate campaign

Gov. Chris Sununu may be seeking a third term in the corner office, but he’s spending a good deal of his political energy these days boosting other candidates.  To see some of that in action, you don’t even need to leave your couch.

Annie Ropeik / NHPR file

Climate change policy marks one of the sharpest divides between incumbent Republican Gov. Chris Sununu and his Democratic challenger, Concord state Sen. Dan Feltes.  

NHPR’s Morning Edition host Rick Ganley spoke with reporter Annie Ropeik about how the candidates' differences on this issue put the state at a crossroads on climate action.


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A continuación, encuentra las noticias del viernes 16 de octubre. 

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Hay más casos activos de COVID-19 en New Hampshire que la semana pasada

Empezamos compartiendo datos actualizados del COVID-19 en New Hampshire: 

El estado anunció 82 [ochenta y dos] nuevos casos confirmados el jueves, y también 5 [cinco] fallecimientos más. 

Josh Rogers, Todd Bookman

Democratic gubernatorial nominee Dan Feltes has raised more money than Governor Chris Sununu has over the past month. But with election day less than three weeks away, Sununu maintains a large cash advantage.

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Feltes has raised $290,000 since September 16. His haul since getting into the race now tops $1.4 million.

Dan Tuohy / NHPR

A Superior Court judge has affirmed Gov. Chris Sununu's power to spend $1.25 billion in federal coronavirus relief aid without legislative oversight.

In his ruling Tuesday, Judge David Anderson wrote that the governor was not seeking authority to unilaterally spend money from the state treasury, rather he is claiming authority to spend money received through an act of Congress.

Gov. Chris Sununu, R-N.H.
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Gov. Chris Sununu has declined to join most other Republican governors in signing a letter in support of confirming Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s U.S. Supreme Court nominee. As NHPR’s Josh Rogers reports, Sununu joined GOP governors on similar letters in support of Trump’s previous high court nominations.

Mowers and Pappas
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A continuación, encuentra las noticias del jueves 8 de octubre. 

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DHHS investiga un brote de COVID-19 en la iglesia Gate City Church en Nashua

Los funcionarios de salud están investigando un brote de COVID-19 vinculado a una iglesia en Nashua.

A police officer walks through the woods in Claremont, New Hampshire
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Gov. Chris Sununu put into motion a set of 20 recommended changes to law enforcement in New Hampshire Wednesday – including, for the first time, a directive that New Hampshire State Police use body cameras.

Courtesy Nicole McKenzie

A continuación, encuentra las noticias del lunes 5 de octubre. 

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Estado reporta 53 nuevos casos, 1 fallecimiento adicional y ninguna hospitalización

Un residente más de New Hampshire ha fallecido de COVID-19, y se anunciaron 53 [cincuenta y tres] casos positivos el domingo. Seis de los nuevos casos son personas menores a 18 [dieciocho]. 

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Gov. Chris Sununu was absent from a forum hosted virtually by the Greater Nashua Area Branch of the NAACP and Black Lives Matter Thursday evening, but his stance on criminal justice reform, voting rights, and racial justice came under fire nonetheless.

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