4 New Hampshire Legislators

slideshow_image_juryIf you are a past or current legislator or if you have ever officially declared a run for such an office, please Click HERE to go the the Redress Commitment Page.

After you click the link above: you will find the signature form located at the bottom of the commitment page. Please sign the form to show your support for the restoration of the Redress Process as evidence in the Senate and House Journals found (below) at the Secretary of State’s Archive Division.

Before your name appears at the following link, you will have to confirm your signature through an email reply to/from that website. If you don’t see it in your email inbox, check your spam folder. Contact us at petition@NHRedress.info if you need assistance.

Click HERE to see the names of the Legislators and/or declarants that have already committed to support Article 31/32 Redress and have thereby committed to Honoring their Oaths of Office.

Click HERE for a brief history of the Redress process in New Hampshire

Click HERE to read “The Power of Petitions; Women and the New Hampshire Provincial Government, 1695 – 1770”

Click the links below to review the journals. See how the Senate met the House in Convention for the Hearing of Public Petitions, how they voted etc…

Click HERE to see how the Senate met the House in Convention in 1812

Click HERE to see how the Senate met the House in Convention in 1813

Click HERE to see how the Senate met the House in Convention in 1818

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