Democrats vote to overturn Republican changes to N.H. voting laws
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New Hampshire House Democrats passed sweeping legislation intended to undo changes to voting laws made by Republicans over the past two years, in a pair of party-line votes Thursday that rattled the State House.
In a 209-155 vote, the House approved House Bill 105, which would undo the additional voting verification procedures established in 2017 under Senate Bill 3. The new law requires those attempting to register on Election Day or 30 days beforehand to produce detailed evidence that they live where they say they do or face fines and jail time.