New Hampshire Supreme Court says no to 17-year-old voting
May 20, 2008: The New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled that a bill letting underage citizens vote in primaries, if those voters were going to be age 18 by the time of the general election, would violate the New Hampshire Constitution. New Hampshire is one of the few states in which the supreme court is entitled to decide whether a bill is constitutional or not, before it has become law....more
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