Hello, voter! Below, find everything you need to know to make your voice heard — including how to register, update your registration, get a mail ballot, vote early, and vote on Election Day.
Use the New Hampshire Voter Information Look-Up to:
- Check the status of your absentee ballot request
- Find your Election Day polling place
- Find contact information for your Town Clerk
Registering to vote: You can register in person on Election Day, November 3. You can also register by mail (by October 20) by contacting your town’s clerk. (Find your town clerk →)
How to vote by mail: Download the Absentee Ballot Request Form for State Elections. You’ll need to print it and return to your town’s clerk by mail or in person. Currently, voters need a reason such as disability to vote absentee, but officials may decide to extend that option to all voters.
Request your mail ballot as early as possible — there is no official deadline, but many more voters are expected to use mail ballots this year. Your completed mail ballot must be received by Election Day, November 3, at 5:00 pm.