A group of students from a New Hampshire high school who will be voting for their first time.

What do NH Teens Want in a Presidential Candidate?

According to the Carsey School, 69,000 New Hampshire citizens turned 18 between 2016 and 2020, bringing a large number of new voters onto the scene. These new voters are looking for healthcare, consistancy, and, most of all, authenticity in their presidential candidates.  Read More

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