VOTING

Need your birth certificate to vote? This GOP bill will require it in NH

Concerns are mounting around a piece of Republican legislation making its way through the New Hampshire legislature would require hopeful voters to present their birth certificate, passport or other documents proving citizenship in order to register, changes which voting rights experts are calling “the most restrictive in the country.”

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We talked to Dartmouth students as they watched NH primary results come in

Studies show young people could be a force in the 2024 presidential election. CIRCLE, or the Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement, found Gen Z, ages 18 to 26, will make up over 40 million potential voters— about one fifth of the American electorate. Around 8 million people have also newly reached voting age since the last election in 2022.

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Meet the Dartmouth College students supporting Biden’s write-in campaign

Herzog got the cards from Claremont resident Stephanie Harris, who designed them herself with a local printer. One side shows a copy of a blank ballot and the other side gives step-by-step instructions on how to write in Biden’s name. Harris is part of a grassroots campaign of hundreds of people organizing a write-in campaign for the president. The 77-year-old said she became concerned when she heard Biden wasn’t going to appear on the Jan. 23 primary campaign ballot.

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Everything you need to know to vote in the 2024 New Hampshire primary

New Hampshire residents will have the opportunity to vote in the primary on Tuesday, Jan. 23, for who they want to see on the ballot for president come November. The primaries help states and political parties choose presidential nominees before the general election, and this year promises to be an interesting one. Have questions about voting on Tuesday? We’ve got everything you need to know below.

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