New Hampshire Legislature Considers Expanding Gubernatorial Terms from Two Years to Four Years

By Richard Winger Nine Democratic members of the New Hampshire House, along with the independent member, have introduced CACR 10. It would amend the State Constitution to convert gubernatorial terms from two years to four years. Currently, all states have four year gubernatorial terms except for New Hamnpshire and Vermont, which elect governors every two years. Thanks to(More)… …read more