If You Go to School in New Hampshire, You can Vote in New Hampshire

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There is a lot of misconception about voting in the midterm election, especially when it comes to student voting. Although it may seem complicated, it’s not. If this is your first time voting or you’re registered in another state, no problem. New Hampshire requires voters to prove identity, citizenship and age. The documents you need are a driver’s license or non-driver ID from any state, and a birth certificate, U.S. Passport/Passcard, or naturalization document. For more information on registering to vote in New Hampshire, go to sos.nh.gov/Elections.aspx.

On October 9th 2018 the New Hampshire Campaign Voting Rights announced their partnership ACLU-NH, NextGen New Hampshire and New Hampshire Youth Movement to host "Know Your Rights" voter trainings on college campuses across New Hampshire. The two groups have united in hopes of dispelling confusion surrounding the midterm election. Know Your Rights will be non-partisan trainings, and will not discuss candidates.

University of New Hampshire Know Your Rights Training
When:
Tuesday, October 9, 6:30 p.m.
Where: MUB Room 336
Public RSVP: https://go.peoplepower.org/event/action_attend/16820

Keene State College Know Your Rights Training
When:
Wednesday, October 10, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Rhodes Hall Conference Room N116
Public RSVP: https://go.peoplepower.org/event/action_attend/16821

Dartmouth College Know Your Rights Training
When:
Thursday, October 11, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Paganucci Lounge
Public RSVP: https://go.peoplepower.org/event/action_attend/16826

Katey C