From WMUR9 by Duncan Shaw:
Manchester, N. H. – A federal judge on Wednesday denied a request to grant a preliminary injunction that would have blocked the state’s voter residency law from being enforced for the New Hampshire presidential primary in February.
The New Hampshire chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union asked for the injunction earlier in November as part of a lawsuit filed on behalf of two Dartmouth College students who say they will be forced to pay for New Hampshire driver’s licenses if they vote in the election.
House Bill 1264 passed largely along party lines in 2018 with Republicans in favor and Democrats opposed… It changed the state’s voting requirements starting July 1, 2019 by aligning the terms “domicile,” “resident” and “inhabitant”.
That means people who vote in the state who are not residents must take action to become residents, such as getting a New Hampshire’s driver’s license or registering their vehicles in the state.
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