Steady through the morning and then waves of UNH students arrived on 60 passenger buses to register or change their domicile. NH has a new voter ID requirement that can, however, be satisfied by attesting under oath that you are, who you think you are.
(Has nobody noticed that our very origins have to be attested by someone else, whose credibility we can't question?)
My Georgia driver's license didn't raise an eyebrow. Neither did the spouse's fifteen year old Florida ID. Of course, we've been residents of Durham, NH for 47 years, so the whole exercise is ludicrous. I've decided the cons are cavalier about passing laws because they themselves never intend to follow them anyway. Their laws exist to harass whoever presents a likely target.
If the object of their lawmaking is to discriminate, then there's not much point in demanding that they not discriminate, is there? Such people just ought not to be allowed near our legislative bodies at all.
Anyway, see below the curlycue to see how it went down. There were about 50 booths set up to serve maybe 8000 voters.