YOU CAN REGISTER AT THE POLLS
Traditionally, most voters in NH register in person. You can register before the election at your city or town clerk’s office during their regular business hours, at a Supervisor of the Checklist meeting, or at the polls on election day.
REGISTER ABSENTEE BY MAIL
(PROOF AND WITNESS REQUIRED)
You can complete the registration process by mail, but currently, you will need copies or digital photos of proof of identity (ID) and domicile (address), and a witness.
THE STATE SAYS THEY WILL BE RELEASING MORE GUIDANCE. KEEP CHECKING BACK. WE WILL UPDATE THIS AS IT DEVELOPS.
STEPS TO REGISTER ABSENTEE (as of 4/23/20)
1. Request the forms from your clerk’s office:
You can request the forms by calling, emailing or mailing a request to your town or city clerk’s office. Submitting the absentee ballot request form will also work for any unregistered voter.
2. Get your packet:
Your clerk will mail the packet to you, or they can email it to you (but you'll need to print the forms)
3. The packet will require you to:
Complete the registration form.
Complete the absentee registration affidavit (it must also be witnessed)
If you’re worried about COVID-19, you should check the disability box!
You should enclose copies of proof of identity (a photo ID) and proof of your address/domicile if it is not on your ID. You can also email photos of your proof to your clerk separately.
4. Return your packet:
You should mail back the forms to your clerk’s office or contact your clerk for other options to submit it, based on your reasonable needs.
REGISTER WITH A COVID-SAFE
(NO PROOF REQUIRED)
1. Call your town or city clerk’s office to make
a safe registration appointment for either:
Drive up registration, or a
Safe in-person exchange
(they may be able to come to you!)
2. Register to vote in one quick appointment!
Bring proof if you have it! It speeds up the process. If you don’t have proof, you can still register by completing an additional form.
Bring your own pen and face mask to be COVID-safe!
3. Request your absentee ballot while you're at it!
TWO WAYS TO REGISTER TO VOTE RIGHT NOW
note: this process may be changing.
REGISTERING IN PERSON
Am I eligible to register to vote?
All New Hampshire inhabitants who will be 18 or older on Election Day and are US citizens are eligible to vote in New Hampshire. You must register in the town or ward where you live.
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
Any eligible voter concerned about COVID-19 may register and vote absentee
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