The Nation: Voter ID standoff threatens New Hampshire's proud turnout record

New Hampshire is notable for its high voter turn out, second only to Minnesota and Wisconsin in the 2008 elections, according to the U.S. Elections Project at George Mason University. For a year, Gov. John Lynch has tried to protect that legacy against the legislature's attempt to pass a voter ID bill. He now appears ready to concede the point—if only the legislature would let him.
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