Yesterday, the New Hampshire Senate approved Senate Bill 418, a bill that could result in some votes being discarded after Election Day.
On Friday, May 6, a lawsuit was filed in state court against New Hampshire’s new legislative districts.
Today, a lawsuit was filed in state court over New Hampshire’s failure to enact a new congressional map based on 2020 census data.
This morning, the Republican-controlled New Hampshire Senate passed a new congressional map previously approved by the state House.
Gov. Chris Sununu (R) signed a bill into law this month that would require voters who do not have an ID to have their photo taken when registering to vote on Election Day.
Today the New Hampshire Supreme Court struck down the state’s proof of domicile law Senate Bill 3.
The New Hampshire House passed two new voter ID bills on Friday that would add new barriers to voting in the Granite State.
A new bill moving through the New Hampshire Legislature would effectively ban out-of-state college students attending school in the state from voting.
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