Another week of the 2018 Legislative Session has come to a close, and we are preparing for the coming weeks. New Hampshire Libertas was, once again, at the statehouse and Legislative Office Building (LOB) testifying for pro-freedom legislation and against anti-freedom legislation. During the week of January 22-26, our President, Darryl W. Perry provided testimony on the following bills.
|HB1540||Relative to ranked-choice voting.||No Position|
|HB1240||Allowing voters to vote for multiple candidates for an office.||Support|
|HB1510||Relative to voters using out-of-state drivers’ licenses as identification.||Oppose|
|HB1264||Relative to construction of the terms “resident,” “inhabitant,” “residence,” and “residency.”||Oppose|
|HB1543||Relative to domicile of students for voting purposes.||Oppose|
|HB1772||Permitting online voting registration.||Support|
Video will soon be available for several of these hearings on the New Hampshire Libertas YouTube channel. You can find updates on committee recommendations, and actions by the House and Senate, on legislation we are tracking, here.
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Darryl W. Perry
President, New Hampshire Libertas
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