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

 HB87 relative to vacancies in the office of moderator
 HB93 relative to the rights of inhabitants and their political choice
 HB98 relative to brewpub licenses
 HB108 relative to municipal record retention and conversion 
 HB109 exempting certain building plans from the right-to-know law
 HB170 relative to posting notice and minutes of public meetings on the public body's website
 HB171 prohibiting the state of its political subdivisions from assisting a federal agency in the collection of electronic data without a warrant
 HB161 relative to beverage sales at farmers' markets
 HB165 relative to disqualification of election officers
 HB178 establishing a commission to study processes to resolve right-to-know complaints
 HB183 establishing a commission to study costs of requests for information under the right-to-know law
 HB206 establishing a special marriage officiant license
 HB212 relative to police attendance at public meetings and functions
 HB217 relative to placing names on the ballot
 HB218 relative to activities at polling places
 HB235 allowing the use of an assisted living facility photo identification card for voter identification purposes
 HB247 relative to retention of voter registrations forms
 HB249 relative to showing a ballot
 HB252 relative to pro se litigants under the right-to-know law
 HB253 relative to campaign materials at the polling place
 HB290 relative to rabies vaccination protocols for companion animals
 HB309 relative to valid student identification cards for voting purposes
 HB325 permitting certain towns to appoint a town clerk
 HB348 relative to registering to vote 
 HB350 prohibiting possession of a firearm at a polling place 
 HB372 relative to construction of the terms "resident," "inhabitant," "residence," and "residency."
 HB379 relative to political advertising in rights-of-way
 HB384 establishing a committee to study ballot access in New Hampshire
 HB389 relative to voters with physical disabilities
 HB390 relative to parties on certain election forms and ballots and relative to the voter registration form used on the day of the general election
 HB391 relative to checklists in other districts
 HB394 relative to public employees testifying before legislative committees
 HB402 relative to presumptive evidence of domicile for voters
 HB403 relative to domicile affidavits
 HB404 relative to eligibility to vote, voter registration forms, and absentee ballot requests
 HB417 expanding the right-to-know law to certain motor vehicle records 
 HB430 relative to recording voters' out-of-state drivers' licenses
 HB453 relative to vacancies in the office of supervisor of the checklist
 HB459 relative to challenged voter affidavits
 HB460 relative to minutes under the right-to-know law
 HB464 relative to voter identification requirements when obtaining a ballot
 HB465 relative to domicile for the purposes of voting or holding elective office
 HB483 prohibiting the issuance of a summons or warrant for failure to register a dog
 HB499 relative to the age at which certain persons may marry
 HB524 relative to participation in meetings open to the public
 HB552 relative to investigation of undeliverable voter verification letters
 HB588 relative to voter identification requirements
 HB616 relative to persons executing election affidavits
 HB622 allowing all voters to vote by absentee ballot
 HB625 establishing state holidays for elections
 HB639 relative to affidavits used to prove qualifications to vote
 HB642 relative to eligibility to vote and relative to student identification cards
 HB651 relative to wrongful voting and penalties for voter fraud
 SB45 requiring a course in civics for high school graduation
 SB58 relative to the authority of the department of state
 SB106 relative to eligibility to vote
 LSR406 authorizing online voter registration