League opposes 30 days domicile bill

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 April 29, 2015 Press release from America Votes and the League of Women Voters NH explains again opposition to SB179, which today was voted Ought to Pass by the NH House Election Law committee. This is the bill requiring a 30-days residency period before registering to vote and also revising wording on the registration form to include the following: "requiring a driver to register a motor vehicle and apply for a New Hampshire's driver's license within 60 days of becoming a resident." It will go to the entire House for a vote (it has already passed in the Senate). PDF iconDownload the pdf of the press release

The League's op-ed piece opposing NH's proposed domicile definition bill appeared in the Nashua Telegraph April 6, 2015

On the same day this article (not League written) appeared in the Concord Monitor explaining the panoply of election law under consideration in NH this year. PDF iconConcord Monitor article 4-6-15

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