Date: 
Apr 06, 2015

On Tuesday a House committee will hold a public hearing on SB 179, a bill that requires voters to live in New Hampshire at least 30 days before voting.

The bill intends to eliminate "drive-by" voting, in which campaign workers from out-of-state declare New Hampshire as their domicile for a short time, but leave the day after the election. 

Date: 
Apr 24, 2015

This week the New Hampshire Supreme Court heard arguments in a case challenging the affidavit citizens sign when registering to vote. 

For decades New Hampshire has required voters to sign a form that confirms they are domiciled in New Hampshire.  In 2012 the New Hampshire Legislature rewrote that affidavit to include the following sentence:

Date: 
May 15, 2015

On Friday the New Hampshire Supreme Court struck down 2012 changes to the voter registration form. 

Voters must sign a form that confirms they are domiciled in New Hampshire.  In 2012 the New Hampshire Legislature rewrote that affidavit to include the following sentence:

Date: 
Jul 13, 2015

Gov. Maggie Hassan (D) has vetoed SB 179, a bill that would require voters to live in New Hampshire at least 30 days before voting.

Date: 
Aug 20, 2015

According to a recent Granite State Poll, 57% of Granite Staters support a bill, SB 179, that requires voters to live in the state at least 30 days before voting.

Date: 
Sep 02, 2015

As of August 2015, over half of all states allow online voter registration. 

Date: 
Feb 26, 2016

On Tuesday, March 1 the House Election Law Committee will host a public hearing on a bill that would require New Hampshire to participate in the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program.

On Wednesday, March 9 the House will vote on a bill that would require a voter to live in New Hampshire at least ten days before voting.

Date: 
Apr 15, 2016

On Wednesday, April 20 the New Hampshire House of Representatives will vote on a bill that revises the voter registration form and gives towns some responsibility to investigate voters.

The bill, SB 509, first revises the voter registration form to remove language about residency laws that was challenged in court.

Date: 
May 02, 2016

The New Hampshire Senate is considering an amendment to a bill that would allow Manchester, Hooksett, and Durham to pilot electronic voter check-in for the 2016 primary and general election.

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