Case in point is NH House Bill 389.
The premise of the bill is very simple: assist disabled voters who are unable to access the polling place to be able to vote. The bill is as follows:
"Any registered voter who declares to the moderator on election day and affirms in writing on an absentee ballot request form under oath that said voter with a physical disability is unable to access a polling place due to an extenuating circumstance, after appearing at the polling place location to vote in person shall, upon the voter's request, have an absentee ballot delivered to the voter outside the guardrail by the town or ward clerk or one of his or her assistants. The absentee ballot delivered by the town or ward clerk shall be delivered and processed using the same procedures as any other absentee ballot."
We just had a good example of how this bill would be helpful March 14th with the blizzard that kept many away from the polls.
So this bill should be a no brainer, right? I mean, who could possibly be in favor of denying a disabled voter who shows up at the polls with the intention of voting being turned away because they, through no fault of their own, cannot access the polling place?
Apparently, 62 NH House Reps, including sadly, three from Carroll County, Glenn Cordelli, Gene Chandler and Lino Avellani. The bill passed the full house with 312 yeas to just 62 nays.
A shameful display of ideology gone wild and once again, Glenn Cordelli etal, continue to show his true allegiance is not to the citizens he was elected to represent.