A New Hampshire voting law was struck down by the Superior Court as Unconstitutional.

Last week the Superior Court found that a new law, recently added by New Hampshire’s state legislators, is unconstitutional.  The law recognized as “SB3” placed multiple obstacles on the voter registration process. The new law required voters to prove their place of residence based on the exact location where they are planning to casts their vote. Additionally, the law established new repercussions on individuals who failed to comply. The Judge ultimately found these new requirements to be overly burdensome on the electoral process. It is predicted that this decision will be appealed to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Read more about the Superior Court’s holding here.

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