In New Hampshire last month Arthur B. Jenks, Republican, and Alphonse Roy, Democrat, ran a close race for the seat of Representative William Nathaniel Rogers, Democrat, retired. Republican Jenks was declared winner by 550 votes. Democrat Roy appealed for a recount. Last week New Hampshire's Secretary of State Enoch D. Fuller announced the result: Jenks 51,679 votes, Roy 51,679. He suggested the rivals ask the State Ballot Law Commission to review the recount. If the Ballot Board does not change it, incoming Governor Francis P. Murphy will probably have to call...

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