For those who wonder what a same day voter registration addendum page looks like, here is one from Keene.

This is ONE of 27 pages from a single Ward in Keene.

Children are sent to college to learn but is seems they are mostly liberal lemmings. Wouldn’t you love to see their faces when they look at that first paycheck?

If voters in prison in NH were allowed to cast votes in the community in which they are incarcerated, residing, they would have the same political power as out-of-state student voters. But the NH ACLU and League of Women Voters don’t go bat in court for prison voters like they do non-resident students.

Same with people in the military. They must vote in their home town – not on base. Less clout for those who serve. Must be they are often from the “wrong” Party.