From Residency Rules to Campaign Finance Reforms, A Guide To N.H. Voting Bills in 2019
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Battles over ballot access have been raging for decades at the New Hampshire State House, and this year is no exception.
Lawmakers from both parties have filed nearly 60 bills proposing changes to every step of the election process: from the moment someone tries to register, to when they cast their ballot, to when the ballot is counted, and beyond. While much of the spotlight has been on voter eligibility changes, there are no shortage of other policies on the table. Here are a few themes to watch as those reforms come up for debate in the months ahead.