Domicile Defined: Every v. Madison 1984

Having a domicile, which is what is required to vote in the NH Constitution, is a matter of facts.

The facts in this case show overwhelmingly that the Every Family was domiciled in NH when the Town of MADISON tried to prevent Mr. Every from voting.

Why do elected and appointed officials pretend otherwise?
Nothing has changed since 1984 – especially our State Constitution. | More at CNHT.org

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