Voting Rights

Voting this fall

Voting this fall

Most importantly Christine and I hope you and your families are doing well. We have always been concerned about the November elections, but when things are so uncertain, there is a lot more to think about. Fortunately for us, in Concord, a smart group of voting rights specialists are working […]

HB1264  – Voting Rights

HB1264 – Voting Rights

Voting Rights is one of the Huddle’s main concerns.  Here’s something we can do. New Hampshire Republicans are trying to push through a bill that will make it harder for Granite Staters to vote. HB 1264 would effectively impose a post-election poll-tax and discourage New Hampshire students and other eligible […]

HB 372 Voting Rights – We need to call Dan Innis quickly

HB 372 Voting Rights – We need to call Dan Innis quickly

Last week, Republicans passed an amendment to HB 372 along party lines in the Senate Election Law Committee. This bill would enact a de facto poll tax in New Hampshire by requiring voters to declare residency and acquire a license upon registering to vote. This is a BLATANT attack on students’ legal […]

Attending the Senate hearing on SB 3 was inspiring!

A new friend and I headed to Concord on Tuesday in response to an ACLU request to oppose SB3, a voting suppression bill.  We were requested to show up at a legislative hearing. We went and it was so worth it.  The ride from Portsmouth is easy.  We left at 8:00am, […]

SB 3, voting rights, hearing: Tuesday March 7th at 9:30-11:00AM in Concord

What: Senate Election Law Hearing on Senate Bill 3. SB 3 includes policing voters who use the affidavit process and creating a poll tax to register to vote by requiring you to register your car in NH. Where: Room 102, Legislative Office Building (LOB), 33 N. State St, Concord, NN […]