During the 2012 legislative session, the New Hampshire legislature passed House Bill 1354, also known as the “Voter ID” Law. The new law will phase in a photo identification requirement over a period of time.
See Also: Voter Identification: Discretion or Discrimination?
According to the New Hampshire Secretary of State, a voter will have two options to get a ballot at the polls on November 6: show a valid photo ID to the Ballot Clerk or sign an affidavit.
Here are the types of photo IDs considered acceptable:
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