New Hampshire

ABOUT THIS STATE

Hey Granite State, we sure won't be taking you for granite-ed this year. Get it? Whatever, shut up. But for real, back in 2016, your Senate election was decided by 1,017 votes. You've got a race for Senate this year and we'd reeeeally appreciate it if you gave us fewer heart attacks this time around. Find out what you need to know about voting in New Hampshire. (Source: Ballot Ready)

Be a Voter

Key Dates

Nov 8

Registration Deadline (in person)

Oct 20

Recommended Absentee/Mail-in Ballot Request By Date

Nov 7

Absentee/Mail-in Ballot Request Deadline

Nov 8

Absentee/Mail-in Ballot Return Deadline

Nov 8

Election Day

New Hampshire Voter Guide

  • How do I make sure I'm registered to vote?

    Go to votesaveamerica.com/be-a-voter to check your registration or get registered. We're working with BallotReady to make this as easy as possible for you, so don't fuck it up.

    Register here
  • Can I register the same day I want to vote?

    Yes, but voter registration may not be available some of the days immediately prior to the election, and those dates vary by location. Good news though: Any hobbit of the New Hampshire who is not registered to vote may do so at their polling place on Election Day.

    But seriously why wait? Do it now. Do it do it do it dooo itdoitdoitdoit.

    Register here
  • Can I vote by mail?

    No. But there are exceptions that will allow you to vote absentee that include disability, religious beliefs, military service, or because of temporary absence. Learn if you qualify here.

    Learn more
  • Can I vote early?

    Nope. Shocking, we know. So make SURE you have a voting plan for Election Day (November 8). You'll be able to do that here.

    Make A Plan
  • Do I need an ID?

    Yes, yes you do. A driver's license issued by ANY state, a state ID card, a military ID, a U.S. passport, student ID, or any legitimate photo ID. If you do not have an accepted form of ID, you will be permitted to vote after filling out a challenged voter affidavit and having your photo taken by an election official.

    Get all the details here.

    Get the Details
  • How do I cast my ballot?

    If you are voting absentee, you can return your ballot by mail or in-person. For in-person voting, polling place hours vary by location, so you should check with your local officials. You can find more details on the polling place closest to you here.

    Find Your Polling Place

SINCE YOU LAST VOTED…

Since 2020, it’s gotten easier to cast your ballot in New Hampshire. Here are the changes you need to pay attention to:

When registering to vote…

  • If you don’t have a photo ID, you can have a photo taken of you when handing in your voter registration form instead.

When casting your vote…

  • If you don’t have a photo ID but got a photo taken of you when handing in your voter registration form, election officials can use that to let you vote!
  • If you don’t have your proof of citizenship and residency with you when voting, you’ll cast a provisional ballot and need to submit proper documentation within a week of Election Day for your ballot to count.



Resources

  • Find the details on accessible voting in your state, including early voting, Election Day voting, mail voting, and accessible mail voting tools for people with print disabilities.

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  • Get your absentee ballot here!

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  • Need to show Voter ID? Not sure what kind? Get the specifics in your state here.

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