(Boston Globe) Every presidential election season candidates trek to New Hampshire and talk about New Hampshire things: the seriousness of its voters the importance of its first-in-the-nation primary the beauty of its landscape. This cycle White House hopeful Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts has added a new talking point to her Granite State routine: Slamming a state voting law that GOP Governor Chris Sununu says levels the playing field for everyone who wants to vote in New Hampshire but that Democrats and voting rights advocates say will discourage out-of-state college students from casting ballots. I want to say something that I know is very controversial in some places in New Hampshire like in the governors office I believe in the right of every American citizen to vote including college students" Warren said at the top of her town hall event Wednesday on the University of New Hampshire prompting cheers from the audience.
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