Law aims to inform people out of prison of right to vote
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A New Hampshire bill that aims to better inform people with criminal records of their voting rights has been signed into law by Gov. Chris Sununu.
New Hampshire Public Radio reports sponsors say the bill clarifies an existing law detailing voting rights for convicted felons who are no longer incarcerated.
New Hampshire law already says people convicted of felonies can vote after their “final discharge.”