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Weekly N.H. News Roundup: November 1, 2019


The 100th anniversary of New Hampshire as the first in the nation primary officially begins as the candidate filing period kicks off this week. Elizabeth Warren's campaign joins the suit calling for a pause in the residency law, HB 1264, currently being challenged in court.  And wet weather delays Halloween for some towns.


  • Sarah Gibson - NHPR Southern N.H. and Education reporter.
  • Casey McDermott -  NHPR reporter.
  • Dean Spiliotes - civic scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at SNHU.

The first episode of NHPR's podcast "Stranglehold" focuses on Secretary of State Bill Gardner. The most recent episode of Stranglehold is about a political process known as "bird-dogging."

NHPR Senior Reporter Josh Rogers was at the statehouse for the first day of presidential primary filing.

The Manchester Mayoral debate was heard on NHPR.

NHPR's Jason Moon reported on the report finding systemic problems affecting child safety in N.H.

If you enjoyed the music at the end of the show, listen to Peter Biello's interview with N.H.'s Soggy Po Boys.

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