Primary election chief back in spotlight after near-ouster
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New Hampshire’s longtime secretary of state, Bill Gardner, looked on in silence last week as Bernie Sanders stood in his office and unloaded on a new voter residency law that Gardner supports.
The law, which is being challenged in court, means out-of-state college students voting in New Hampshire elections are subject to residency requirements such as getting New Hampshire driver’s licenses or registering their cars. The measure, Sanders told reporters, was an outrage. He compared it to a poll tax “designed to keep young people from participating in the political process because they are not supportive of the Republican agenda.”