Answer these questions: Voting law is not voter ‘suppression’
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Anyone who doesn’t swallow whole the environmentally extremist view of man’s contributions to climate change is, of course, a climate “denier.” By the same token, anyone in New Hampshire who thinks voting laws are needed to protect voting is trying to “suppress the vote.”
Manchester Atty. Brad Cook made note of this phenomenon in a recent column in the New Hampshire Business Review. He spoke of recent efforts to make sure students voting here actually live here. “Several simple questions reveal the political aims of the college student voting issue,” Cook wrote, “whatever one’s voting persuasion might be.” Paraphrasing Cook, here are his questions.