Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Doing My Duty


Doing My Duty, originally uploaded by StarrGazr.

It is also cool to note that in NH you can register to vote right at the polling location with nothing more than a photo ID and a proof of domicile (such as a utility bill or library card).

Same Day Registration:
In NH we err on the side of allowing people to vote


Actually, I just read:

If new election day registrants do not have an approved form of photo ID, they will still be able to vote, but their registration affidavit will be marked, and within 90 days of the election they will receive a letter of welcome from the Secretary of State. If the Secretary of State's letter is returned as undeliverable, the Attorney General's office will investigate to learn why. The purpose of this is to verify that new registrants are who they say they are, and that they are legally domiciled as they indicate on their registration affidavit.

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