(Bismarck, ND) — Several new bills would add more restrictions on how and when North Dakotans can vote. About two-dozen bills are under consideration by lawmakers that have to do with voting, elections, campaign finance, and other related issues. A House bill would require a person to live in the state for at least a year and in their precinct for 90 days before an election to vote. Another House Bill would put restrictions on who can vote absentee. A third House bill would exempt drafts of redistricting plans from open records requirements.