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?
Now with NEW COVID-specific forms!
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.
Concern about COVID-19
to vote absentee
Download your absentee ballot application form here.
Complete your ballot application! You can now check the COVID box and use ONE form for BOTH elections.
Vote! Check your mail for your ballot. If you get your request in early, you should expect to get your ballot about 30 days before the election. Then VOTE!
Prepare your ballot for return. Read the instructions carefully and don’t forget to sign the inner envelope!
Return your ballot! Make sure your ballot arrives at your town or city clerk’s office by 5 PM on election day - mail it or drop it off in person.
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2020 ELECTION DATES:
You can request your absentee ballots for both upcoming elections TODAY. Don’t wait, request your absentee ballot right now.
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 out our FAQs
or call our Voter Assistance Hotline at 603-466-8683 (GO-N-VOTE)
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