Vote in New Hampshire

VOTER REGISTRATION

If you are a U.S. citizen, domiciled in New Hampshire, and will be 18 or older on or before Election Day,

YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN NEW HAMPSHIRE

Don't wait!

Register to vote TODAY!

   1.  Contact your town or city clerk’s office 

Make a registration appointment or learn about walk-in hours.

 

  2.  Register to vote with your clerk's office! 

If you have proof of your ID, age, citizenship, and domicile (address), bring it!  

If not, that's okay! You can still register by signing an extra form!

  3.  Request your ballot at the same time!

If ballots are ready. you can even vote absentee in person with your clerk at the same time! 

OTHER WAYS TO REGISTER

At a Supervisor of the Checklist meeting 

These meetings are registration events!

Ask your clerk for meetings or other registration opportunities! 

 

At the polls on E-Day.

New Hampshire has same-day registration.

But we don't know what E-day will look like, so register today!

Register by mail

Any voter may register absentee by mail, but the process is unfamiliar to many.

Find our step-by-step process here and call our hotline for assistance.

For more information about proof and eligibility, check out our

Questions? Check out our FAQs.  Need help? Call 603-466-8683 (GO-N-VOTE)
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