Legislative Review Page - Clerk

Below you will find Legislative House and Senate Bills pertaining to Clerk related issues. Click on the House or Senate Bill number to go the State of New Hampshire Bill Status page. Also on this page you will find links to view the full text of the bill and docket information.

If the status of a Bill is not listed on our page, it is still in the legislative process and will require that you look to the State site for further information relative to its disposition. Our page will only indicate if the Bill has been adopted or defeated. 

Bill Number

Description of legislative initiative

HB1114 relative to the number of inspectors of election
HB1143 relative to showing a ballot
HB1144 relative to notice for sessions of correction of the check list
HB1183 relative to election result recounts
HB1216 requiring public bodies and agencies to provide information which is not regularly kept or reported upon payment by the requestor
HB1220 relative to disqualification of election officers
HB1223 relative to changes of address on election day
HB1230 relative to information on dog licenses
HB1293 relative to the procedure for charter amendments
HB1352 relative to the penalty for retirement system employers' noncompliance with reporting requirements for retirees
HB1356 relative to construction of the terms "resident" and "inhabitant"
HB1377 relative to receipts of absentee ballots
HB1378 relative to disabled voters requiring assistance
HB1395 relative to municipal electronic records
HB1417 relative to records of convenings of public bodies
HB1418 relative to the minutes of nonpublic sessions of public bodies
HB1419 relative to voting records in nonpublic sessions of public bodies
HB1468 relative to sessions for correction of the checklist
HB1482 establishing a committee to study improving the statewide voter registration database
HB1499 relative to certificates for rabies vacination of dogs, cats, or  ferrets
HB1503 relative to distributing campaign materials at the polling place
HB1510 relative to the review of minutes of nonpublic sessions
HB1511 relative to hours of polling
HB1515 requiring persons sending absentee ballot applications to comply with identification requirements for political advertising
HB1521 allowing voters to vote for mulitple candidates for an office
HB1529 relative to reporting of felony convictions for voter checklist updates
HB1530 relative to mail-in voting
HB1532 permitting state or county prisoners to vote by absentee ballot
HB1534 relative to reports of death of voters
HB1576 repealing the licensure of dogs
HB1581 establishing a special marriage officiant license
HB1596 changing the marriage license requirement to a requirement that couples obtain a certificate of notice of intent to marry and certificate of marriage
HB1611 allowing a public body or agency to charge a fee for costs of retrieving public records under the right-to-know law
HB1624 relative to electioneering by public employees
HB1642 relative to persons executing election affidavits
HB1647 repealing laws regulating hawkers and peddlers and itinerant vendors
HB1679 relative to electioneering by a public official
HB1682 relative to electioneering by public servants and relative to warrant articles
   
   
SB4 relative to domicile for voting purposes
SB306 enabling the sampling of beer or wine at farmers' markets
SB346 relative to hours of polling
SB349 relative to city chief elections officers
SB353 relative to names on ballots
SB415 relative to the standard of care for dogs outside
SB418 relative to obtaining a ballot to vote and adding National Guard members to the absentee voting laws
SB423 relating to the right of 17-year olds to register to vote
SB486 relative to election assistance for cities and towns
SB507 authorizing online voter registration
SB509 relative to voter registration forms and relative to voter identity verification
   
   
  Re-referred Bills
   
HB110 relative to placement of politcal advertising
HB285 relative to discussion with legal counsel under the right-to-know law
HB606 relative to costs for public records files electronically
HB613 relative to governmental records exempted under the right-to-know law
   
HB1605 relative to audit recounts