Young, foolish, Dartmouth student aptly describes how the NH ACLU tricked her into becoming a plaintiff in their case against qualified NH voters. Maggie feels getting a NH driver’s license is a poll tax:

“Under this law, I have to pay to change my California license to be a New Hampshire one. If I vote and don’t change my license within 60 days, I could even be charged with a misdemeanor offense with up to one year in jail. Make no mistake — this is meant to deter young people from participating in our elections, and students are an important voting bloc here,” said Maggie Flaherty, one of the student plaintiffs.

Yes, Dartmouth students, you are not citizens of New Hampshire unless you obey all of our laws. You can not keep an out of state license and be a NH citizen.

And you have violated Federal Statute US Code 52;10307 by giving a false address as your legal domicile in our state.

See:

OPINION of the JUSTICES, Regarding Residency – pages 5-12.

Then grow up.

Casey v. Gardner is the lawsuit filed by the NH ACLU on behalf of two students:

CAROLINE CASEY and MAGGIE FLAHERTY Plaintiffs, v. WILLIAM GARDNER, in his official capacity as New Hampshire Secretary of State, and GORDON MACDONALD, in his official capacity as New Hampshire Attorney GeneralDefendants.

Next, PLAINTIFF-INTERVENOR, EDWARD NAILE, MOTION TO INTERVENE.

And finally, ACLU letter informing of OBJECTION TO EDWARD NAILE’S MOTION TO INTEVENE.

Related: ACLU Sues NH on Behalf of Out-of-State Voters