Vote in New Hampshire
VOTE FROM HOME AT-A-GLANCE
In 2020, Any eligible voter may vote absentee in 2020 due to COVID-19. We are encouraging voters to request their absentee ballot NOW from their local clerk.
Voters can request, fill out, and return their ballot in a single trip at their clerk’s office once ballots are available, or, follow these steps to vote from home:
to vote absentee from home
Get your absentee ballot application form here.
Complete your ballot application! See our guide for assistance.
Return your application to your clerk’s office NOW! You can send the application by email. fax, mail or drop it off in person to your local clerk.
(a) your application is received,
(b) the ballot is mailed to you, and
(c) your completed ballot is received by your clerk.
Vote! Check your mail for your ballot.
Prepare your ballot for return. Read the instructions carefully and don’t forget to sign the inner envelope (check the yellow sticky note)! See our INFOGRAPHIC.
Return your ballot!
Drop off your completed ballot at your clerk’s office during business hours or at a staffed drop box; OR
Mail your ballot. If you mail it, you’ll need one 55-cent first-class stamp if your ballot is one sheet of paper. We recommend mailing your completed ballot back by October 23rd.
Your mailed ballot must arrive at your clerk’s office by 5 PM on E-DAY
You can also vote absentee
IF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING APPLY:
Absence. You won't be in town during polling hours on election day.
Disability. You are unable to vote in person because of a disability or illness.
Work obligation, childcare or caring for infirm adults during polling hours.
Religious commitment prevents you from appearing in public at the polls.
Concern about COVID-19.