Winter Storm Stella brought a blizzard of confusion after many New Hampshire towns postponed Tuesday's town voting due to the weather. State law says non-SB 2 town and school district elections must be held the second Tuesday in March, with no exceptions. After saying state courts would close, Gov. Chris Sununu encouraged polls to stay open, warning towns they could be sued. An emergency bill was introduced in the Legislature to ensure the postponed voting would be legal.
This week's Tele-Talk: Should the law mandating town voting on a certain date be abolished?