Bill Clinton Campaigns For Obama At UNH

October 3, 2012 12:56 PM
Bill Clinton Campaigns For Obama At UNH
" DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday urged out-of-state college students to vote in the battleground state of New Hampshire, accusing Republicans of trying to take away their rights.

Clinton criticized the state’s disputed new voter registration law while campaigning for President Barack Obama at the University of New Hampshire. He said while some students may believe this election doesn’t matter, “Republicans in New Hampshire think it matters — that’s why they’ve worked so hard to keep you from voting,” he said.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Bernice Corpuz reports

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Students traditionally have been allowed to declare the state their domicile for voting purposes without holding legal residency, which involves an intent to stay for an extended period of time. A federal judge ruled in 1972 that New Hampshire could not forbid out-of-state students from voting in the state even if they planned to leave after graduation, and the U.S. Supreme Court ruled similarly seven years later.

But under a law passed over Democratic Gov "

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