Vote in New Hampshire
Any voter who is concerned about contracting or spreading COVID-19 may vote absentee in the 2020 elections
CAN I VOTE ABSENTEE?
Check the disability box
Any voter may request an absentee ballot for the 2020 Elections based on concerns regarding COVID-19. Any voter who is concerned about COVID-19 should check the “disability” box.
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. This includes concerns about COVID-19.
Work obligation, childcare or caring for infirm adults during polling hours.
Religious commitment prevents you from appearing in public at the polls.
to vote absentee
Request a ballot! Submit the completed Absentee Request Application for each election to your town or city clerk's office by mail, email, fax, or in person.
Check your mail for your official ballot. Track your absentee ballot request here. Your ballot usually arrives about 30 days before the election.
Vote! Fill out your ballot from home.
Make sure to sign it! Read the instructions carefully and make sure you sign the envelope.
Return your ballot! Make sure it arrives at your town or city clerk’s office before election day. You can send it in the mail or drop it off in person.
2020 ELECTION DATES:
Be first in line to get your ballot! Submit your absentee request more than 45 days before election day
The New Hampshire State Primary is:
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2020
The New Hampshire General Election is:
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020
For additional questions about voting, please check our FAQs
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