2016 candidate surveys

Open Democracy Action (ODA) sent its We The People survey in August to all primary candidates for the NH House, NH Senate, executive council, governor, US Congress, and U.S. Senate. We then reached out again to those Republican and Democratic nominees who had not responded in August.

The survey results reflect strong bipartisan concern about the influence of big money in politics. Eighty-eight percent of the 101 candidates who responded to the survey, Republicans and Democrats alike, said they endorse a political reform agenda designed to reduce the influence of large campaign donations.

More than two-thirds of Republicans and nearly all Democrats who responded signed on to the reform agenda. Sixty-nine percent received a B+ or higher overall grade on the survey.

Click here to learn more about our methodology. Click on the responses below to learn where the people who represent you stand on key election reform issues.

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US House, NH Executive Council, and NH Senate



N.H. House


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Non-candidates in general election


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