Vote in New Hampshire

NEW HAMPSHIRE IS DEPENDING ON YOU!

Make a plan to vote TODAY for November 3rd!

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You're registered!  Fantastic! 

Now make sure to request and submit your absentee ballot as soon as possible! 

All voters can vote absentee in 2020 to reduce the spread of COVID-19!

If you are going to be 18 or older on election day, domiciled (live) in NH, and you're a US Citizen, you can vote in New Hampshire!  We can help!

Unsure? Check the status of your application or view the full absentee process here.

Having trouble? We're here to help! Check out our FAQs or call our

Voter Assistance Hotline at 603-GO-N-VOTE (603-466-8683)

Yes?  Thank you!  Requesting your ballot now for general election helps everyone vote safely!

Encourage your friends and family to make a plan by sharing our pledge to vote absentee >

Not yet?  We recommend requesting your ballot as soon as possible! 

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Fantastic! Don't forget to submit and track your absentee application for the General as well!

Head to the next step for the absentee ballot checklist to make your sure your voice is heard!

Encourage your friends and family to do the same by sharing our vote from home pledge >

RETURN ALL       THREE TO VOTE ABSENTEE!

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SIGNED BALLOT ENVELOPE                                          

You must sign the ballot envelope for your ballot to be accepted

Sign the right side of the envelope forCOVID-19 concerns, which count as "physical disability." You can write in "COVID" if you like!

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YOUR OFFICIAL BALLOT                         

After you vote, fold your ballot inside the smaller, ballot envelope. Then seal it!

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   SIGN HERE   

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RETURN ENVELOPE                 

Place your sealed and signed ballot envelope inside your outer envelope. Head to the next step for return options!

Return your ballot to your clerk's office today!

  Take your ballot to your town or city hall during their open hours.

Some towns may have staffed drop boxes or drive-up options.

Your ballot must be RECEIVED by election day to count. The earlier the better!

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Mailing your ballot? Don't wait!

You'll need one first-class stamp for your ballot.

Mail your ballot to your clerk's office from home or bring it to the post office.