Senate Takes Up Bill To Expand Absentee Voting in N.H.
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A measure that would expand the availability of absentee voting hit the state Senate Wednesday.
Currently voters who want to cast an absentee ballot have to meet certain criteria, like having a disability or an employment obligation.
The bill’s architects hope it will increase voter participation by making New Hampshire a so-called “no excuse” absentee state by removing those requirements. Essentially, anyone who wants to vote absentee can do so.