BOGUS CLAIM BY KRIS "CRISIS" KOBACH
Since the 1970s, New Hampshire law has made a distinction between “residents” and people “domiciled” in the state. To obtain a driver’s license, you must meet the definition of residency, which these 5,313 votes appear not to have done. But the courts have been clear that to vote in New Hampshire, you only need to be “domiciled” there, which means living there at that time. Backers of restrictive voting laws have often tried to muddy up this distinction, just as Kobach does in his column.