DOJ clears NH Voter ID law
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The Union Leader’s Garry Rayno reports that the Department of Justice has let New Hampshire’s new Voter ID law go into effect without objection.
The U.S. Department of Justice has given the okay to the state’s new photo identification law for upcoming elections.
The federal government had until Tuesday to make a decision on the law that will require voters to have a photo identification to vote beginning in November’s general election.
Voters may be asked for photo identification at next week’s primary election, but voters will not need to produce one to vote.
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