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Tuesday
10
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Show Up for Voting Rights - House Bill 1264 Hearing

09:30
12:00
ACLU of New Hampshire
Event organized by ACLU of New Hampshire

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Join us for the SENATE ELECTION LAW COMMITTEE'S PUBLIC HEARING on HB 1264 and Press Conference! Get there at 9am for the press conference and at 9:30am for the 10am hearing.

HEARING LOCATION: Legislative Office Building, Room 102
33 North State Street, Concord, NH 03301

PRESS CONFERENCE: Lobby of the Legislative Office Building

Let the State Senate know to oppose HB 1264.

We all care about the security and integrity of our electoral system - HB 1264 is a distraction from the real issues about the security and accuracy of our voting system.

This bill would have a chilling effect on the rights of eligible New Hampshire voters in the military, professionals and students. It would make residency a requirement to vote in NH, superseding the present domicile rule. This bill acts as a post-election poll tax where, if a person decides to exercise her constitutional right to vote, that person would now have 60 days to pay the State various motor vehicle fees

Help us fight back to protect our constitutional right to vote. Join us on !

The New Hampshire Campaign for Voting Rights is a project of America Votes and a coalition of state and national advocacy organizations, voters, attorneys, watch dog organizations working to ensure and preserve the right to vote for every Granite Stater. The ACLU of NH is a participating member of the New Hampshire Campaign for Voting Rights.