NHPR: N.H. Voting-Related Legislation, 2017
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HouseHB390relative to parties on certain election forms and ballots and relative to the voter registration form used on the day of the general election.allows for inclusion of more parties on forms used to request absentee ballot or change party registration on primary day; replaces yes/no with initials after "identity"/"citizenship"/"age"/"domicile" on registration form(Prime) Dennis FieldsPassed House / Report Filed in Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs Committee4/20
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HouseSB108relative to absentee ballot applicationsadds phone number/email address to absentee ballot application(Prime) Donna Soucy , Bette Lasky, David Cote, Michael O'Brien, Donald LeBrun, Mariellen MacKayPassed House / Report Filed in Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs Committee4/20
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HouseSB3relative to domicile for voting purposesspecifically excludes people who came to New Hampshire "without the intention of making it his or her home but with the intention of leaving it when he or she has accomplished the purpose that brought him or her there," vacationers, volunteers, campaign staffers(Prime) Regina BirdsellPassed Senate / In House Election Law Committee4/18
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SenateSB197making an appropriation to the department of justice to enforce election and lobbying lawsappropriates $100,000 to Department of Justice through biennium ending in 2019 "to fund enforcement of election and lobbying laws, including, but not limited to, filing and disclosure requirements and voter registration and voting procedures"(Prime) Dan Feltes , Martha Fuller Clark, Bette Lasky, Sharon Carson, Jeff Woodburn, David Watters, Donna Soucy, Lee Oxenham, David Luneau, Wayne Burton, Martha Hennessey, James Gray, Scott McGilvrayPassed Senate (With Amendment) / In House Finance Committee4/11
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SenateSB113relative to an electronic poll book trail programAllows cities/towns to test out electronic devices for voter registration and voter check-in(Prime) Bette LaskyPassed Senate (With Amendment) / In House Election Law Committee4/4
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SenateHB430relative to recording voters' out-of-state drivers' licensesRequires the information to be entered into the statewide voter registration database(Prime) David BatesPassed House (With Amendment) / In Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs Committee3/28
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HouseHB372relative to construction of the terms "resident," "inhabitant," "residence," and "residencygets rid of "for the indefinite future" in definition of residence/domicile(Prime) David BatesPassed House / In Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs Committee3/21
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SenateHB247relative to retention of voter registration formsrequires clerks to retain them(Prime) Kathleen HoelzelPassed House / In Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs Committee3/21
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HouseHB616relative to persons executing election affidavitsrequires them to prove qualifications within 10 days(Prime) David BatesRetained - House Election Law-
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HouseHB403relative to domicile affidavitsadds section to domicile affadavit requiring applicant to list property owner of current address, relationship to property owner, whether rental/lease agreement is in place(Prime) David BatesRetained - House Election Law-
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HouseHB404relative to eligibility to vote, voter registration forms, and absentee ballot requestsgets rid of separate same-day voter registration form, changes some language in voter eligibility laws to "resident"(Prime) David BatesRetained - House Election Law-
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HouseHB639relative to affidavits used to prove qualifications to votegets rid of separate same-day voter registration form, limits affidavits to people who are registering to vote on election day(Prime) David BatesRetained - House Election Law-
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HouseHB465relative to domicile for the purposes of voting or holding elective officerevokes domicile (for voting or running for elected office) if someone claims residency in another state, files taxes as resident of another state, claims homestead exemption in another state, sells/moves out of residence where domiciled(Prime) David BatesRetained - House Election Law-
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HouseHB459relative to challenged voter affidavitsmakes changes to the form(Prime) David BatesRetained - House Election Law-
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HouseHB651relative to wrongful voting and penalties for voter fraudadds section applying to people who provide false statements/documentation about another person's domicile(Prime) David Bates , Brandon PhinneyRetained - House Election Law-
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HouseHB249relative to showing a ballot.re: ballot selfies(Prime) J.R. HoellRetained - House Election Law-
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SenateSB47relative to enforcement of election laws.authorizes Secretary of State to conduct investigations(Prime) Sharon CarsonRe-referred to Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs Committee-
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SenateSB106relative to eligibility to voteadds 13-day residency requirement(Prime) William Gannon , Kathleen HoelzelRe-referred to Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs Committee-
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HouseHB389relative to voters with physical disabilitiesallows registered voters to, on election day, request an absentee ballot if he or she is unable to access the polling place (Prime) Dennis FieldsPassed House / Report Filed in Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs Committee-
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House (Resolution)HR7calling on the United States Senate and House of Representatives to consider a constitutional amendment prohibiting campaign contributions unless the donor is eligible to vote in that federal election(self-explanatory)(Prime) James McConnellPassed - House -
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SenateSB194authorizing online voter registration(self-explanatory)(Prime) Bette LaskyInexpedient to Legislate - Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs-
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HouseHB552relative to investigation of undeliverable voter verification lettersrequires Sec. of State to investigate cases where letters are undeliverable(Prime) Bill OhmInexpedient to Legislate - Senate Election Law and Internal Affairs-
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HouseHB625establishing state holidays for elections(self-explanatory)(Prime) Ellen ReadInexpedient to Legislate - House Executive Departments and Administration-
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HouseHB588relative to voter identification requirementsrequires voters who don't have valid photo ID to vote using a provisional ballot(Prime) Dave TestermanInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB402relative to presumptive evidence of domicile for votersremoves vehicle registration as a document that can be used as presumptive evidence of someone's domicile(Prime) David BatesInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB464relative to voter identification requirements when obtaining a ballotNo longer allows election officials to vouch for someone's identity "or to accept any photo identification they determine legitimate"(Prime) David BatesInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB231relative to allocation of electoral votestwo at-large electors vote for candidates receiving highest number of votes in New Hampshire, Congressional district electors cast ballots for those with highest number of votes in respective Congressional districts(Prime) David MurotakeInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB622allowing all voters to vote by absentee ballot(self-explanatory)(Prime) Ellen ReadInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB320relative to procedures for apportioning electoral districtsProposes calculating electoral districts using a "mathematical optimization process"(Prime) Jerry KnirkInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB348relative to registering to voteallows for voter registration at division of motor vehicles offices(Prime) Mel Myler , Katherine Rogers, James MacKay, Lucy Weber, Mary Heath, David LuneauInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB642 relative to eligibility to vote and relative to student identification cardslimits participation in party primaries to party members(Prime) Norman SilberInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB235allowing the use of an assisted living facility photo identification card for voter identification purposes(self-explanatory)(Prime) Suzanne GottlingInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB447relative to allocating electoral college electors based on the national popular vote(self-explanatory)(Prime) William Pearson , Richard AbelInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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HouseHB309relative to valid student identification cards for voting purposesWould no longer alllow undated student ID cards, requires student ID cards not be expired(Prime) Yvonne Dean-BaileyInexpedient to Legislate - House Election Law -
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