The state was one of several states seeking to block Trump’s eligibility based on what many say is a dubious reading of the 14th Amendment.

New Hampshire has abandoned their attempt to prohibit former President Donald Trump’s name from appearing on the 2024 election ballot.

New Hampshire’s decision is key in that the state holds the distinction of being the first primary in the Republican election cycle — those setting the tone for the race to unfold.


At Wednesday’s news conference held at the State House in Concord, Secretary of State Dave Scanlan said that “If Trump “submits his declaration of candidacy and signs it under the penalties of perjury, pays the $1,000 filing fee, his name will appear on the presidential primary ballot.”

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