voter ID

NH News
5:21 pm
Wed September 5, 2012

N.H. Cleared By Feds To Implement New Voter I.D. Law

The U.S. Department of Justice has cleared the way for New Hampshire to implement its new voter identification law for the upcoming elections.

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NH News
3:43 pm
Fri July 6, 2012

Gov. Lynch Lets Bill Fixing Voter ID Affidavit Become Law

Gov. John Lynch has allowed a bill requiring photo identification at polling places to become law without his signature, but he says he hopes the New Hampshire Legislature will revisit the issue.

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NH News
5:57 pm
Wed June 27, 2012

N.H. Lawmakers Knock Down 7 of Lynch's Vetos, Uphold 6

Amanda Loder

Wednesday the New Hampshire House and Senate overrode seven of Gov. John Lynch’s vetoes and allowed six to stand.

The voting came rapid-fire in the Senate, which made it through seven of its own bills in the morning, and then waited for the House to work through its backlog in the afternoon. The House votes came at a statelier pace at first, but then picked up after lunch. At the end of the day seven of Lynch's vetoes were knocked down, and six allowed to stand.

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NH News
5:29 pm
Wed June 27, 2012

Photo Identification of Voters Becomes Law

The Legislature has overridden Governor Lynch’s veto of a voter ID law. The bill allows a variety of forms this fall—including student IDs. Starting next year, only government issued identifications, including driver’s licenses, military ID’s and passports will be accepted.

Representative David Bates of Windham told colleagues that tighter restrictions are needed to ensure fair elections.

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NH News
2:56 pm
Tue June 26, 2012

Veto Day Arrives at Statehouse

Dennis Sylvester Hurd Flickr Creative Commons

With 15 vetoes, the most ever by a Governor in a single session, John Lynch hasn’t been shy about wielding his power. Now, Republicans will work to override some of those measures when they gather in Concord on Wednesday.

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North Country
8:52 pm
Wed June 6, 2012

How North Country Legislators Voted on Voter ID Bill

Sen. John Gallus, a Republican from Berlin, was one of six senators who voted against a voter-identification bill.

 Nevertheless on Wednesday SB 289 passed 17-6.

In the House it passed 255 – 103 with 10 North Country representatives voting in favor of it.

Five voted against and one was excused from voting.

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NH News
4:04 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Lawmakers Agree On Voter ID Bill

House and Senate negotiators have agreed to take turns when it comes to legislation requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls.

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