I have another question which I hope someone can answer.

http://www.nhliberty.org/files/becoming.pdfThis link says the following: "If there are three seats, the top three vote getters win the nomination and move on to the general election."

And: "Once again, [in the General Election], if there are three seats, the top three vote getters win the seats..."

Am I to understand that a community chooses out of, let's say, 5 people, and if there are two seats available then the top two go?

Because in California our state legislative elections work just like national general elections. One Democrat, one republican, and perhaps one independent, and only one person can win. But the impression I am getting from the New Hampshire process is that there are just a group of people on the ballot, each voter chooses one, and the top "vote getters" win the election. Does this mean that, potentially, 3 or 4 legislators could be representing the same constituents? In California, it is one Rep. per district of constituents. But it seems to me that NH has several Reps. per district.