Dan Feltes on Civil Rights
Voted YES on "no excuse" absentee voting bill
Gov. Sununu vetoed the so-called "no excuse" absentee voting bill, warning it would erode the state's vaunted political tradition of in-person participation at the polls. Advocates of the bill had wanted New Hampshire to join 28 other states, which
allow voters to obtain an absentee ballot without having to give a reason for why they can't make it to the polls.
Legislative outcome:Senate voted 171-11-0 on May 30; Sen. Feltes voted YEA; House voted 222-157-18 on Sept 18 veto override
Source: New Hampshire legislative voting record, bill HB611
, Sep 8, 2019
We work best when we embrace diversity and inclusion
Dan knows New Hampshire works best when we work together, which means embracing diversity and inclusion, so that everyone has an opportunity to be a full participant in our society, our economy, and our democracy.
Dan knows our civil rights laws and policies, and he will help ensure that civil rights issues are advanced in a constructive and reasonable way.
Source: 2020 New Hampshire governor campaign website DanFeltesNH.com
, Jan 1, 2014
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