Thursday, June 1, 2017

NH Wants to Change How a Voter's Domicile is Determined

New Hampshire Politicians are set to vote on a measure that redefines Voters' Domicile for Voting purposes.ould criminalize Voting.

Some feel this Bill would be a Restrictive measure that would essentially Criminalize Voting, and this is another thinly-veiled plan to Restrict Access to the Ballot box in the name of voter fraud, which has been proven time-and-time again to be virtually non-existent.

NH SB3 - Relative to Domicile for Voting purposes is sponsored by:

Sen. Kevin Avard [R]
Sen. Regina Birdsell [R]
Sen. Jeb Bradley [R]
Sen. Sharon Carson [R]
Sen. Harold French [R]
Sen. William Gannon [R]
Sen. Bob Giuda [R]
Sen. James Gray [R]
Rep. Kathleen Hoelzel [R]
Sen. Daniel Innis [R]
Sen. Charles Morse [R]
Sen. John Reagan [R]
Sen. Andy Sanborn [R]

Summary: Relative to domicile for Voting purposes.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1 Voter; Domicile. Amend RSA 654:1, to read as follows:

I.(a) Every inhabitant, having [established domicile in this state, being a citizen of the United States, of the age provided for in Article 11 of Part First of the Constitution of New Hampshire, shall have a right at any meeting or election, to vote in the town, ward, or unincorporated place in which he or she is domiciled.

(b)(1) An inhabitant’s domicile for voting purposes shall be the principal or primary home or place of abode of a person. Principal or primary home or place of abode is that home or place in which his or her habitation is fixed and to which a person, whenever he or she is temporarily absent, has the intention of returning after a departure or absence therefrom, including when the person is absent because of military service or temporarily absent as described in RSA 654:2.

(2) In determining what is a principal or primary place of abode of a person, without limitation the following factors or evidence relating to such person may be taken into account: civic and community participation, the place where a person spends most nights of the year, the location from which a person would apply for a passport or other federal identification, residence for income or other tax purposes, eligibility for a resident hunting and fishing license, and a New Hampshire driver’s license.

(3) A qualified voter who has left his or her home and has gone into another state or town of this state for a temporary purpose only shall not be considered to have lost his or her domicile as described in RSA 654:2.

(4) A person shall not be considered to have gained a domicile in any town or ward of this state into which he or she comes for temporary purposes only, without the intention of making it his or her home but with the intention of leaving it when he or she has accomplished the purpose that brought him or her there. Evidence that a person who, prior to arriving in New Hampshire, was domiciled in another state and is temporarily present in New Hampshire for any purpose including, but not limited to vacation, short-term temporary work, volunteering for social or civic purposes, or volunteering or working on political campaigns is not sufficient evidence that the person has established a domicile in New Hampshire.

(5) If a qualified voter moves to another state, with the intention of making it his or her permanent home, he or she shall be considered to have lost his or her domicile in this state.

(c) A person has the right to change domicile at any time, however a mere intention to change domicile in the future does not, of itself, terminate an established domicile before the person actually moves.

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