REGISTERING TO VOTE
New Hampshire citizens who are at least 18 years of age must demonstrate proof of residency and register with the Town Clerk or the Supervisors of the Checklist on election day or at the posted Supervisor’s meetings in order to exercise the right to vote. Come in to the office and fill out a NH Voter Registration Form, bring along your id (driver’s license, or passport, or birth certificate).
In New Hampshire, no one is permitted to register to vote after ten (10) days prior to an election, except on Election Day. This allows the Supervisors of the Checklist time to update and print the Checklist that will be used at the polls on Election Day.
If you are a registered voter or will register to vote at least ten days in advance of an election, and are unable to vote at the polls on Election Day, due to absence from town or physical disability, you may obtain an absentee ballot from the Town Clerk. The applications for State and Federal elections are linked below:
For Absentee Ballot Applications for Town Meeting and School Elections, please email the Town Clerk at email@example.com
TOWN ELECTION/TOWN MEETING
Town Election Day is always the 2nd Tuesday in March. Town Meeting is always held the Saturday after town election day.
For more information, you can visit the Secretary of State’s website.