RETURN YOUR BALLOT ON ELECTION DAY

If you've received your absentee ballot, but haven't returned it, you can return it on election day to your polling place!  

Voters may drop off their own absentee ballots to a staffed drop box, or to authorized election officials outside the polls on Election Day. There may be additional paperwork to fill out if you arrive after 5 PM, so go as early as you can. 

 

If you have any trouble, call our hotline at 603-GO-N-VOTE.

For other questions and info about returning your absentee ballot, check out our FAQs >  

STEPS

to vote absentee 

Complete & submit your absentee ballot applicationYou can request and complete your ballot all in one stop at your clerk's office!

If your ballot was mailed to you, track your ballot here. 

This tracker will show you when:

(a) your application is received,

(b) the ballot is mailed to you, and

(c) your completed ballot is received by your clerk.  

Vote!  

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

 

Your ballot must arrive by 5 PM on November 3, 2020.

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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.

Have questions?
Need help?
Call our hotline at
603-GO-N-VOTE
(603-466-8683)
Check out our FAQs >
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