200 voters with no photo ID referred to NH AG

AP,  September 14, 2019

The names of about 200 voters have been referred to the New Hampshire attorney general’s office for investigation after they either cast ballots or registered without providing photo identification in 2018, according to the latest report to the Legislature.

The secretary of state has been required since 2012 to compile a report after each election about the number of voters who registered or voted without presenting valid photo identification. The latest report includes data on municipal elections, the state primary and the state general election held in 2018. ...

A law requiring additional documentation from voters who register within 30 days of an election took effect in 2017...

That means out-of-state college students who vote in New Hampshire are now subject to residency requirements, such as getting New Hampshire driver’s licenses or registering their cars.

By Holly Ramer

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