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You have veto power.

VOTE OUT SUNUNU

In 2019, Republican Governor Chris Sununu vetoed HB 706, a bipartisan bill that would have established an independent redistricting commission to draw New Hampshire's electoral maps in 2021 and prevent partisan gerrymandering.

After the New Hampshire House voted to overwhelmingly pass HB 706, ...

... the Senate unanimously voice voted to pass the bill on a bipartisan basis.

In 2019 alone, Governor Sununu has issued 55 vetoes, more than three times the amount of any other governor in New Hampshire history.

Recent New Hampshire Gubernatorial Veto History

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New Hampshire Gubernatorial Administrations

Gov. Jeanne Shaheen (D); 1997-2002
Gov. John Lynch (D); 2005-2012
Gov. Chris Sununu (R); 2017-
Gov. Craig Benson (R); 2003-2004
Gov. Maggie Hassan (D); 2013-2016

After Democrats took control of the New Hampshire House and Senate in 2019 following historic midterm elections in 2018, Governor Sununu's vetoes increased by more than 700%. He set a record for the number of gubernatorial vetoes in a single year. And we're keeping track.

HB 1

STATE BUDGET BILL

HB 2

STATE BUDGET TRAILER, FEES, REVENUES

HB 198

CLARIFYING THE PROHIBITION AGAINST USE OF MOBILE ELECTRONIC DEVICES WHILE DRIVING

HB 211

RE: INQUIRIES BY PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYERS CONCERNING SALARY HISTORY

HB 292

RE: INCLUDING BROKERS FEES IN CALCULATION OF THE INSURANCE PREMIUM TAX

HB 293

RE: TO EMPLOYEE CREDIT PRIVACY

HB 349

RE: SECOND OPINION ON HEALTH CARE MATTERS FOR STATE/COUNTY PRISONERS

HB 365

RE: NET ENERGY METERING LIMITS FOR CUSTOMER GENERATORS

HB 409

RE: MAX. OPTIONAL FEE FOR TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS FROM TOWNS WHEN COLLECTING MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEES

HB 455

RE: TO THE PENALTY FOR CAPITAL MURDER (ABOLISHING DEATH PENALTY)

HB 504

RE: ELECTION-RELATED AMENDMENTS TO THE U.S. CONSTITUTION

APPROPRIATION FOR MEDICAID PROVIDER RATES FOR MENTAL HEALTH, SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER

SB 18

AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE WAGE DEDUCTIONS

 

SB 20

NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYEES, WORKPLACE INSPECTIONS, AND YOUTH EMPLOYMENT LAW

SB 68

RE: THE CENTRALIZED VOTER REGISTRATION DATABASE

SB 72

ISSUANCE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY CERTIFICATES

SB 74

REGISTER OF DEEDS FEES USED TO SUPPORT L-CHIP

SB 88

RE: REGISTRY ID CARDS UNDER THE USE OF THERAPEUTIC CANNABIS LAW

SB 106

DEFINITION OF POLITICAL ADVOCACY ORGANIZATION

SB 140

RE: CREDIT FOR ALTERNATIVE, EXTENDED LEARNING, AND WORK-BASED PROGRAMS

SB 145

ORGANIZATION OF ALTERNATIVE TREATMENT CENTERS

SB 146

ELIMINATING THE WAITING PERIOD BEFORE ELIGIBILITY TO RECEIVE UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS

SB 148

NOTIFICATION TO PUBLIC EMPLOYEES REGARDING THEIR RIGHT TO JOIN OR NOT JOIN A UNION

 

SB 151

HEARING PROCEDURE FOR AN EMPLOYER WHO FAILS TO MAKE PAYMENT OF WAGES OR WHO FAILS TO SECURE WORKERS' COMP COVERAGE

SB 156

POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS MADE BY LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES

SB 196

NON-ACADEMIC SURVEYS ADMINISTERED BY A PUBLIC SCHOOL TO ITS STUDENTS

SB 275

REQUIRING ALL THE STATE'S MOTOR VEHICLES TO BE ZERO EMISSION VEHICLES BY 2039

 

SB 307

RELATIVE TO OUTDOOR LIGHTING

SB 100

RE: DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT BASED ON CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS

SB 168

RE: CLASS 2 OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE ELECTRIC RENEWABLE PORTFOLIO STANDARDS

SB 205

ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS FUNDED FROM SYSTEMS BENEFITS CHARGE; DUTIES OF ENERGY EFFECIENCY/ SUSTAINABILITY BOARD

SB 271

REQUIRING PREVAILING WAGES ON STATE-FUNDED PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS

HB 446

INITIATING AMENDMENTS AND CORRECTIONS TO BIRTH RECORDS

HB 587

RE: ORGAN DONATION ON A DRIVER'S LICENSE

HB 645

AN ACT ESTABLISHING A DOCK REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

HB 696

AN ACT ESTABLISHING A PROTECTIVE ORDER FOR VULNERABLE ADULTS

HB 105

RE: DOMICILE RESIDENCY, VOTER REGISTRATION, AND INVESTIGATION OF VOTER VERIFICATION LETTERS

 

HB 106

RE: TO THE TERMS "RESIDENT," "INHABITANT," "RESIDENCE," AND "RESIDENCY"

HB 326

RE: TO THE DEFINITION OF PRIME WETLAND

HB 364

PERMITTING QUALIFYING PATIENTS AND DESIGNATED CAREGIVERS TO CULTIVATE CANNABIS FOR THERAPEUTIC USE

HB 183

EST. A COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE APPLICATIONS OF MICROGRIDS IN N.H., AND CHANGES IN LAW TO ALLOW MICROGRIDS IN SUPPLY

SB 167

EST. A CLEAN ENERGY RESOURCE PROCUREMENT COMMISSION

HB 109

REQUIRING BACKGROUND CHECKS FOR COMMERCIAL FIREARMS SALES

HB 514

IMPOSING A WAITING PERIOD BETWEEN THE PURCHASE AND DELIVERY OF A FIREARM

HB 564

RE: POSSESSION OF FIREARMS ON SCHOOL PROPERTY

SB 2

RE: TO FUNDING FOR JOB TRAINING PROGRAMS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC AFFAIRS

SB 10

RE: TO THE STATE MINIMUM HOURLY RATE

HB 706

ESTABLISHING AN INDEPENDENT REDISTRICTING COMMISSION

HB 664

RELATIVE TO VEHICLE REPAIR STANDARDS

SB 67

RELATIVE TO THE DEFINITIONS OF RESIDENT AND RESIDENCY

HB 582

RE: TO REGIONAL GREENHOUSE GAS INITIATIVE CAP-AND-TRADE PROGRAM FOR CONTROLLING CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS

HB 611

ALLOWS VOTERS TO VOTE BY ABSENTEE BALLOT

SB 99

CLARIFIES THE DEFINITION OF GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT FOR PURPOSES OF WORKERS' COMPENSATION

What will Gov. Sununu veto next?