How NH Discriminates Against its Own Qualified Citizen Voters

Under the current unconstitutional “state law” a non-resident voter can give a “domicile address” for voting while his out of state “residence” remains exempt from New Hampshire’s RSA 91-A Right to Know Law.

So, a college student using a dormitory as a “voting domicile” and who also pays out-of-state tuition to one of NH’s state colleges can give the bulk mail address of the college as his “voting domicile.”

The same out-of-state student cannot legally sign a notarized state college domicile form to receive in-state tuition without the potential of the state college penalizing that student if it is discovered he is not domiciled in NH. | More…

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