Secretary of State and DMV Issue New Guidance On Voting and Vehicle Licensing
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People who register to vote in New Hampshire and plan to drive here will have to obtain an in-state drivers license within 60 days of registering, if not sooner, according to guidance issued by state agencies who enforce elections administration and driving laws.
The new guidance, which comes amid an ongoing court case over Republican-backed changes to the state’s residency standards, is the most detailed explanation yet from state officials of what they consider the law’s impacts to be. It also ties together aspects of New Hampshire’s election laws and motor vehicle regulations more clearly than state officials had previously indicated.