From the Concord Monitor. Mr. Holder Clarifies his clarification.
“My comments were intended to support the right of domiciled students to vote in the state of New Hampshire as long as they comply with existing law,” Holder said. “In no way should they be viewed as supporting any proposal that would make it harder for students to exercise their right to join in the Granite State’s electoral process.”
We reported yesterday on the original clarification in which he stated that Student’s should register cars in the Granite State and get a New Hampshire license. He has now backtracked to the State Demo Party Default answer that this is bad.
No word yet on whether being an out-of-state student also exempts you from the fine for failing to registered your vehicle.
If your out-of-state registration expires, you either need to register the vehicle in New Hampshire or drive “home” to get it inspected and registered in some other state that is not New Hampshire. This is not an unnecessary burden to “students” while it is a burden to ask them to vote using an absentee ballot which they can obtain and return by mail using the same address on their vehicle registration, driver’s license, and college application (the one where they can’t prove residency to pay the much cheaper in-state tuition, as compared to the out-of-state tuition they pay now).