Sununu vetoes another voter residency bill
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As expected, Republican Gov. Chris Sununu has vetoed another controversial bill related to voting rights.
The Democratically-controlled Legislature passed two bills this session to essentially negate a new law ending the state’s distinction between domicile and residency for voting purposes. The change, passed under Republican control and currently being challenged in court, means out-of-state college students who vote in New Hampshire would also be subject to residency requirements, such as getting New Hampshire driver’s licenses or registering their cars.