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  •  the only non-Motor Voter state? (3+ / 0-)
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    Ed Tracey, Unit Zero, neroden

    I recall the objections to Motor Voter, and I also recall that for a long time NH was the only state that didn't have voter registration forms available on the web.  Is all that still true?

    It's a very strange state.  Wasn't there a time when they forfeited federal highway money so as to avoid encouraging adults to buckle up when they're in a car?  They couldn't stop the child-safety seatbelt law, but adults wanted to be able to Live (seatbelt-)Free Or And Die.

    grok the "edku" -- edscan's "revelation", 21 January 2009

    by N in Seattle on Tue Mar 08, 2011 at 10:57:04 AM PST

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    •  Finally had a chance to review .... (1+ / 0-)
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      N in Seattle

      ... don't know about on-line forms. You are correct about seat belt legislation for adults (it's mandatory for under-18).

          And yes, if same-day registration were done away with, the Motor Voter provisions would have to be complied with.

      "We should pay attention to that man behind the curtain."

      by Ed Tracey on Tue Mar 08, 2011 at 08:26:20 PM PST

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