Sununu Vetoes Drive-By Voting

by | Aug 1, 2019 | Legislation, Special Alerts

Governor Sununu has Vetoed HB 105 and HB 106 that Eliminate the Reforms of SB 3 and HB 1264.
Senate Bill (SB) 3 required registrants to provide documentation showing a presence in state.
House Bill (HB) 1264 defined residency to close the loophole allowing residents of other states to vote here.

GST supports legislation so that people who vote in New Hampshire actually live in New Hampshire.
New Hampshire is unique in the country in allowing people to vote who are residents of other states.
New Hampshire is unique in allowing people to vote here without documenting a presence in state.
The US Supreme Court has affirmed that states have the right to determine whether voters are residents.
The NH Supreme Court has ruled that HB 1264 requiring voters to be residents is constitutional.

The Legislature passed House Bills 105 and 106 in order to overturn the reforms of SB 3 and HB 1264.
The NH Democrat Party is also suing to prevent the reforms of SB 3 and HB 1264 from being implemented.

The Governor issued Veto Messages explaining his rationale for the vetoes.
Click to read his Veto messages for HB 105 here and for HB 106 here.

Help prevent the return of “drive-by voting” in New Hampshire!
Click here to contact Governor Sununu. Thank him for vetoing HB 105 and HB 106!
Click here to find your Legislators. Tell them to to uphold the Governor’s vetoes!


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