A bill that would add the option of choosing "none of the above'' on New Hampshire ballots seems like a quintessential proposal for the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state that prides itself on having discerning voters. But the measure's sponsors say it's probably doomed, with one acknowledging it would be humiliating for a candidate to be defeated by no one rather than an actual opponent. But Keene Rep. Charles Weed says real choice means giving voters the chance to withhold their consent and express dissatisfaction with all the candidates. Nevada is the only state where voters can cast their ballots for no one. The U.S. Supreme Court last month refused to hear an appeal by Republicans seeking to remove the option. New Hampshire's proposal is before the House Election Law Committee.