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

REGISTER  TODAY  IN 3 STEPS

  1.  ​​ Contact your town or city clerk’s office 

Make an appointment or go to walk-in hours.

  2.  Register with your clerk! 

If you have proof of your ID, age, citizenship, and domicile (address), bring it!  If not, that's okay! You can sign a form!

  3.  Request your ballot at the same time!

Within about 30 days of each election, you can even vote absentee in person with your clerk! 

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 Election Day.

New Hampshire has same-day registration.  But don't wait!  Register today!

Register by mail

You can register by mail through the absentee registration process. See our step-by-step guide.

For more information about proof and eligibility, check out our

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