On Tuesday, October 9th, the New Hampshire Supreme Court denied the Emergency Motion of the State to stay the amended Preliminary Injunction issued in Strafford County Superior Court on October 5th.
This ruling means that those who are domiciled in New Hampshire and want to register and vote on election day will not be forced to sign an affidavit that requires them to obtain a New Hampshire driver’s license and to register their vehicle in New Hampshire.
The ruling by the Supreme Court does not end the lawsuit. The litigation will proceed in Superior Court. However, the outcome will not affect the voting rights of students and others who are temporarily domiciled in New Hampshire and want to vote on November 6th.