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NHPR Offers Comprehensive Voter Primary Resource

CONCORD, NH -- The New Hampshire Primary is tomorrow, Feb. 9. As voters gather make their decisions, New Hampshire Public Radio is offering the following resources:

  •  NHPR Primary Voters’ Guide: your guide to the candidates & issues of the 2016 NH Presidential Primary, including maps & graphics, guides to candidates’ policy stances, recent articles & more.
  • Database: a comprehensive database of NH election results dating back to 1970, searchable by year, office and election.
  • Primarily Politics: Brady Carlson hosts this run down on the latest in Primary politics, including behind the scenes stories from reporters, tales, trends & “NH only” moments.
  • State of Democracy app: dedicated to news & information about NH politics and available in the palm of your hand, this app contains information about public policy & the NH Primary, candidate bios, news from the campaign trail & more, all in one place.
  • Campaign Tracker & Calendar: As part of the Voter’s Guide, NHPR lets you know where & when you can find candidates in NH-all organized in one place.


On Feb. 9 during the Primary:

  • NHPR will be broadcasting live from 8 campaign sites
  • In studio, Political Junkie Ken Rudin, along with Laura Knoy, host of The Exchange, and Dante Scala, UNH Professor of Political Science, will broadcast live until 11 p.m.
  • At 11 p.m., reporter & host Brady Carlson takes over and will broadcast into the night.

       Results will be posted in real time on NHPR.org on Primary day.

All of this information is part of NHPR’s State of Democracy initiative, a multi-platform enterprise journalism unit that focuses on the impact of politics and public policy on the lives of the people of New Hampshire and beyond. Visit www.nhpr.org to access all of these tools & for more information.

About NHPR
Since 1981, NHPR has shaped the media landscape in the Granite State and beyond. Our mission is to help create a more informed public, one challenged and enriched by a deeper understanding and appreciation of state, national, and world events, ideas, and culture. NHPR is broadcast from thirteen different sites, making it by far New Hampshire’s largest (and only) statewide radio news service. Every week NHPR is the choice of more than 178,000 listeners as a primary source of in-depth and intelligent news coverage. Each day New Hampshire Public Radio delivers several hours of local news reported by NHPR’s award-winning News Department, locally produced shows such as The Exchange and Word of Mouth, and national and world news from NPR and the BBC.  NHPR is the exclusive outlet for NPR News in the Granite State and broadcast national weekly programs such as Car TalkWait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! and This American Life.