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Notice of Proposed Rules

The Department of State has published a set of proposed rules related to its duties under N.H. RSA 382-A, Uniform Commercial Code.  The proposed rules reflect the current practices and procedures in place related to UCC and other statutory liens filed with the Secretary of State.  Written public comments are invited before the agency adopts and publishes final rules regarding its UCC filing and search procedures.

Please submit written comments by Friday, January 17, 2020 to:

     Thomas B. Connolly
     Assistant Secretary of State
     Corporation Division
     State House, Room 204
     Concord, NH 03301
     Email: Thomas.Connolly@sos.nh.gov 

Please note adoption of these rules are not subject to the provisions of N.H. RSA 541, Administrative Procedures Act.


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NOTICE:  The last day for voters who are registered to change their party affiliation before the 2020 Presidential Primary was October 25th.

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A video of a forum commemorating the 50th anniversary of the historic 1968 NH First-in-the Nation Presidential Primary held at the State House on March 12, 2018 is available for viewing online at this link. 


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Gardner Announces Presidential Primary Date 

Secretary of State Bill Gardner officially set the date of the 2020 First-in-the Nation New Hampshire Presidential Primary of its centennial year as February 11, 2020.  At a press conference held on Monday, November 25th, he was joined by former house and senate member Jim Splaine of Portsmouth and by family members of the five other individuals who were most responsible for making it possible to celebrate this one hundredth anniversary. 



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