Ahead of 2020 primary, ACLU wants to stop ‘confusing’ new voter residency law
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The American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire wants the courts to stop the implementation of a new voting law until after the New Hampshire presidential primary.
The law, known as HB 1264, changed the definition of “resident,” removing the words “for the foreseeable future” from the state’s definition. Secretary of State William Gardner has argued that the law’s effects are limited.