Sep 2, 2016 11:54 AM

Parents uneasy over guns in NH schools during voting

WOLFEBORO — New Hampshire law allows for voters to bear their firearms while voting in schools, but some parents in NH feel uncomfortable with this law while school is in session.

Parents of Effingham and New Durham Elementary Schools have expressed concern for voters carrying fire arms while the students are in nearby classrooms close by.

The Governor Wentworth Regional School Board met on Thursday night and have decided not to hold school on voting days. In place of those canceled school days, they will take teacher workshop days and make them school days.


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