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Voting Resident

A federal court in New Hampshire certified several questions to the state’s Supreme Court in a suit brought by two young voters and the Democratic Party claiming that changes to the state’s definition of a “resident” are unconstitutional.

CONCORD, N.H. – A federal court in New Hampshire certified several questions to the state’s Supreme Court in a suit brought by two young voters and the Democratic Party claiming that changes to the state’s definition of a “resident” are unconstitutional.

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