Keene and Keno, again: Just how many votes will suffice?
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Having defeated Keno by a two-to-one margin in the last municipal election, Keene residents will be asked again this fall if they have changed their mind.
We have nothing against the Keno game that was introduced in New Hampshire two years ago. It has provided some education funding and local communities are free to vote Keno in or out of their localities.
We are not sure, though, that Lottery Executive Director Charles McIntrye had the right analogy when he appeared before the city council seeking another vote.