NH State Senators Regina Birdsell and James Gray
New Hampshire State Senators Birdsell and Gray introduced an amendment to HB 372, which would make it harder for college students to vote.
The Birdsell/Gray amendment requires voters to be legal residents of New Hampshire instead of being domiciled in the state. This places a poll tax on voters and requires them to pay fees to register their cars and obtain a New Hampshire driver’s licenses even if they have other government-issued identification.
Senator Birdsell was the main sponsor of SB 3, the bill that was signed into law this year by Governor Sununu requiring New Hampshire voters to prove they are domiciled in the state.