Well-played, Granny D, Well-played

New Hampshire’s Governor will sign the “Granny D” bill today.

New Hampshire Governor John Lynch plans to sign into law today the “Granny D” bill, which will set up a commission to look into how the public funding of elections can work in the state.

Named after campaign finance reform activist Doris Haddock, the “Granny D” bill sets up a seven-member commission to study the issue and make recommendations.

Haddock, who’s 98, is known for walking 3,200 miles across the country to draw attention to campaign finance reform.

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