Voter Registration in New Hampshire
In a state where the motto is "Live Free or Die" and the traditional town meeting is still held each year, you can expect the voter registration process to be basic. Voting eligibility is simple; you must be 18 years old by Election Day, and a resident of New Hampshire.
In order to register, you must go to the town office where you are a resident up to 10 days before the election, and fill out a voter registration application. You will have to show proof of:
- U.S. citizenship.
- New Hampshire residency.
You can also vote on election day at a polling place, if eligible.
The Supervisors of the Checklist will add you to the voting register at no cost to you. This register is maintained by the town and used at every voting session: school district votes, town meetings, presidential elections, zoning rules, and budgets.
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