Bill seeks to end NH’s role in voter Crosscheck system
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The N.H. House and Senate will consider a bill next week that rids the state of its participation in an embattled voter crosscheck program aimed at identifying potential fraud.
But while the current program — called the Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck, commonly referred to as Crosscheck — is seen as fraught with issues, the question lawmakers wrestled with is: What should its replacement be?
Some in the Legislature believe Crosscheck’s replacement should be ERIC, the Electric Registration Information Center. But HB 315, which repeals New Hampshire’s participation in Crosscheck, does not specify a replacement, nor does it mandate the secretary of state even participate in any voter verification program.