Article from The Daily Wire by Kassy Dillon.

On Thursday morning, the New Hampshire Senate voted to override Gov. Chris Sununu’s veto of a bill to repeal the death penalty.

New Hampshire has not carried out an execution since 1939, according to ABC News.​

The Senate vote crossed beyond party lines to achieve the exact two-thirds majority needed. The final tally was 16-8. Twelve Democrats and four Republicans reportedly supported the bill, while two Democrats and six Republicans opposed the bill.

Last week, the 400-member New Hampshire House had a slim two-thirds majority needed to override the veto by 247-123.​

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